Struggling to complete online RN-BSN - page 2
My main struggle is the massive writing. I just can't seem to grasp the whole research thing. So far I have a 4.0 but I feel like that is going to change because the classes are getting more and... Read More
1Sep 18, '13 by noyesno, BSN, RNFeel your pain. I don't want to write no more (bad grammar on purpose).
1Sep 18, '13 by xoemmylouoxYou can do it! You have made it this far, and before you know it, you'll be done.
1Sep 18, '13 by jadelpn, LPN, EMT-B GuideQuote from crazy&cuteRNThis may help a little--Is there a set of objectives that you want to stick to? In other words, a list of questions you want to answer on all literature. (ie: Is this supported by evidence based practice, Is this something that the patient can be educated on to prevent re-admission, that type of thing.)Thank you. I'm having trouble with completing Literature Reviews at this time.
I LOVE the idea of one subject for all papers--great idea!!
However, one set of questions you want to "ask" of all literature reviews may help you to focus better.
1Sep 18, '13 by lhflanurseNP, MSN, NPWriting papers is a chore. Does your online course provide a writing tutor? Mine did and they are usually free. You can submit your paper for them to review. They will return it with suggestions and comments. During my the first two classes of my bridge, I submitted EVERY paper to them. I found one tutor who I felt gave me the best feedback, so I stayed with her. Anyway, long story short...I now submit papers in my MSN program that are still tedious, but I have gotten the hang of them and don't get stressed out. BTW...English is my second language so my biggest problem was syntax.
0Sep 18, '13 by prnqday, BSN, RNThanks for all the advice. I'm still struggling but I take one paper at a time. I'm still in the running though to receive my BSN!!