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March 27th Cohorts and Newbie help - page 2

Anyone else new to the program? Can anyone old vets provide some honest feedback on what to expect. I've read several of the post but your feelings at the begining of a class might be different... Read More

  1. Visit  kevoncox profile page
    #13 0
    Thank you all. I started today and I have had some technical issues with 4580. Not the way I wanted to start off the program. However, so far it looks do able. I simply must stay on top of assignments.
  2. Visit  shaniarose profile page
    #14 0
    How can you tell which books are required which are optional?
  3. Visit  RNinC profile page
    #15 0
    I've been renting electronic versions of my books and it is awesome. I have an iPad and I love that I can use the search tool to find what I'm looking for (makes discussion posts much easier). The only classes I couldn't find an e-version for was the first class (an ethics book) and Health Assessment. All other books I used the electronic versions. The rentals are usually good for 6 months.

    I also do no print anything for my classes. I keep track of things using my phone calendar.

    Edit - Also the nutrition book, I did have to purchase that to get the whole bundle that was needed.
    Last edit by RNinC on Apr 2, '13 : Reason: Add info
  4. Visit  RNinC profile page
    #16 0
    Quote from shaniarose
    How can you tell which books are required which are optional?
    The only book I haven't purchased (and don't feel like I really need) is the APA book. There are too many good online sources (Purdue Owl and Citation Machine).