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- Jan 24 by kellly242I'm doing great. I've been working on the Chemistry Prep course. I'm trying to decide what, if anything, I should do to try to prep for Physiology. Is anyone doing anything? I'm already having nightmares about that class...Ha! Luckily I don't have to move.
- Jan 24 by missnurse01I have tried to find a grad level phys class without luck. I tried to find an undergrad phys class that wasn't 1500+ without luck. So I am going to do the mammalian phys that vcu offers along with the medicinal chem you are doing.
how is it going? I haven't started yet.
I have also been watching stuff on khan academy and bought the two year access for Dr. Najeeb. And reading some anesthesia stuff, the baby miller, anesth secrets, and mass gen.
we are gearing up for the move cross country in april and we are simplifying our lives as much as possible. Got rid of a bunch of stuff, doing other little things that we have been meaning to do over the years but haven't yet, etc.
trying to figure out if I should buy private health insurance or get the one thru the school...
- Jan 25 by kellly242Chemistry has been a bit frustrating. I'm on module 8 so far. It is very difficult to understand some of the accents so I end up taking a lot longer to get through them because I have to keep replaying. I have not started the physiology one yet. I'm going to look into Dr Najeeb lectures as well and use those along w/Dr Costanzo's Board Review Series Physiology book. She teaches some of the class and the book was highly recommended by my friend who just finished their first semester. My friend's only advice was not to bother preparing too much and soak up as much time enjoying your family as possible. She didn't prepare other than the prep courses and she got a B in Phys.
- Jan 25 by missnurse01Yeah my friend didn't prep either and got all a's and one b. But I know its intense studying either way. I just want to review so it isn't so awful lol. I will do both review classes. I need to get on it! Time is oddly running out and we are moving soon and I am working crazy overtime right now.
I have heard the accents make it difficult. Dr najeeb has one too but I am okay with his. Its 100 bucks for two years of access.
I will look at that book you mentioned as well. I have thought about asking my friend for his lecture videos so I can watch them now! L
- Mar 14 by rjonesrnHi everyone. I plan to apply at VCU next year. Does anyone have any insight on their interviews?
- Mar 22 by missnurse01hello, rjonesrn - you have 3-4 one on one interviews. They are really short actually. They ask general questions, nothing extremely in depth clinically.