Nutrition...is it as much work as the nursing classes? - page 2

by boyfactory

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I'll be taking it next with NRSE 455 and Junior Comp with Professor P. The last 4 weeks my kids will be home for summer, so I am hoping it is not too time consuming.... Read More


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    So for the tests - we should memorize the study guide. does this mean that we study ONLY the sample test at the back of each chapter, or should we study the crossword puzzles, matching terms, short answer questions, etc., too?
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    Glad I took deltaroxxy2's advice. Only read the study guides at the end of the chapter. More specifically, memorize the sample test questions and the tables where you have to match the terms with their definitions. If you do that, easy 100%. I think it's a joke, but it's also an easy A.
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    Quote from ryanblakdeth
    Glad I took deltaroxxy2's advice. Only read the study guides at the end of the chapter. More specifically, memorize the sample test questions and the tables where you have to match the terms with their definitions. If you do that, easy 100%. I think it's a joke, but it's also an easy A.
    Not so easy unless you have so great memory!
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    Yes, sorry, I shouldn't imply that it's an easy 100%. The test was a lot easier after completing the study guides. There is absolutely no reason whatsoever to read the chapters or go on Cengage. That is why I consider it a joke. Being an overachiever at times doesn't hurt, either, I guess. It's a relief to know that I am saving so much time from not reading all the chapters, now.
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    Does it matter what professor is teaching the class? What if I have a different professor and he tests differently? Does anyone know the answer to that????
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    I took Nutrition at Cinci State. I was way easy. It is a 15 weeker, but really easy to do with another class.


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