I enrolled in the LPN to RN bridge program via College Network and will have my degree through Excelsior. And yes, I know, I was taken for a fool for signing up with College Network. Well, I'm stuck now so I have to complete this thing. I started with Transitions and man is it boring!
I would like to know if anyone has used just the College Network module itself or did you use supplemental studying materials as well? Also, how do you stay on track??? Are you giving yourselves deadlines to finish certain classes in a particular amount of time? Are you studying a few hours everyday? Are you reading the material first and then taking the practice exams? I have Lifespan, Sociology, Western Art, and 7 of the Nursing classes.
Any advise would be greatly appreciated! I know this is a lot
Also, is there anyone in Indiana enrolled in this program???
Nov 14, '10
For that darn transition exam (OMG is it boring!), I studied 12+ hours for it, I woke up one day and decided I would take it the next. So, I took both practice tests right off the bat and read over them. Then, I read over the StudyGroup101 study guide. I got a B. Had I studied for another day or had I not fallen asleep while studying, I'm sure I would have had an A.
It's boring and dry, but not really hard. So, I would say study and just take the test. Get it over with!
I take at least the first practice exam right away. That way, when I read over the other material, the key points or what I missed really stand out as I study later.
Deadlines work really well! When I'm having trouble getting motivated, I check back here and praise someone for having passed a test (like I should be doing! ha!).
Last edit by little miss redpatch on Nov 14, '10