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- Mar 14, '12 by ohiomomI'm almost done with my paper. Just have to do my care plan, and go back in and add headings. I still have to do my discussion board post, and 2 replies, and the test...well need to read the chapters before I do the test.
- Mar 14, '12 by rninmeAll 12 glorious pages of the hideous paper are completed and turned in. If I didn't have to finish up my DB post and study for the quiz, I would pop a top ..... still may
- Mar 14, '12 by chucksterDid my DB post but having trouble concentrating on the paper. Got maybe half written so far and am already wandering off to do other things like . . . posting on AN.
Is everyone aware that our soon to be alma mater won the MAC and is in the NCAA tournament? Since my real alma mater (Temple) is also in the tourney - a number 5 seed - I've gotta root for the Owls though.
I guess it's time get back to the paper, but it's hard when neither your heart nor head is in it.
- Trust me, I know. I just finished the quiz (yuck) and submitted the "hideous" paper. DONE, DONE, DONE!!! Good luck finishing up...
- Mar 14, '12 by deltaroxxy2You overachievers are making us feel bad...
Regarding discussion post, how do you choose who you are going to reply to? Do you read EVERYTHING they wrote, or do you just pull out snipits and go from there? I'm long winded on my discussion post, but would NEVER reply to someone like me. Just way too much stuff to read…hahahaha
- If I'm pushed for time I read a relatively short one and pull out some key point that draws my attention, (or is easy to respond to, lol!). Honestly, if they're really long winded I don't usually read 'em. I get a lot of responses to mine because they are about half-way between short and long. I look for something I can reply to and reference pretty fast. I don't have time to waste on those!
- Mar 14, '12 by deltaroxxy2Quote from mtsteelhorseYeah..I look for those really short post.If I'm pushed for time I read a relatively short one and pull out some key point that draws my attention, (or is easy to respond to, lol!). Honestly, if they're really long winded I don't usually read 'em. I get a lot of responses to mine because they are about half-way between short and long. I look for something I can reply to and reference pretty fast. I don't have time to waste on those!
Hey..How was the quiz? I'm still dragging my feet on wrapping up my paper. Want to get it done before quiz.
- I skimmed/read the chapters but plodded through it without really focusing...I thought the last quiz was a the hardest one. I went down to the last second and doubted several answers. Oh well, it's over. I sat on that paper and just had to submit it and move on. So tired of this class...Good luck, just knock it out and be done.
- Mar 14, '12 by boyfactoryQuote from EmJeanRNI really did like intervention. I was fortunate to have tested out of Health Appraisal, which may have made some difference. However, I did find the family pedigree interesting, I loved the teaching plan, and learning about Huntington's was interesting. Readability was difficult, somewhat. It is just hard to dumb some things down.So, did you like Interventions? Seems there are many who didn't.