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- Aug 10 by kjrobinetteSNAmazing info! Can't wait to apply this!
- Aug 13 by token787Thanks for these tips. I really needed this! Bookmarked!!
- Aug 13 by halfglassfullLove this. ❤
- Aug 18 by bcstsp_mgI have 3 courses left to apply for the acclerated BSN program and I am hoping to recieve A's in all three - these are tips I will be sure to keep in mind!
I totally agree with some of the previous replies - I have never understood why people expect to recive credit for work they don't complete or effort they do not put in! I have never asked a professor to curve my grades or "bump" my grade up. I have in the past had professors who if everyone in the class got a question wrong would remove that question from the grading but they only did it because they felt they must not have taught the material correctly if everyone was coming to the same wrong conclusion.
- Oct 16 by MoiredgirlHi,
SopranoKris, what king of organizer did you get? Where did you get it?
- Oct 16 by vitamingirl722Wow I am just now seeing this great post
- Oct 16 by bluesky94I use a lot of highlighting on my syllabus, and I mark the days I have a test/homework due with a specific color. I always put a check mark next to what I've completed. I also write the days that I have tests on the calender next to my desk so I can always see and remember when I have something important to do. It really works for me, and I love putting check marks next to what I've finished.
- Oct 16 by StephenAndrewsThe original post assumes that you have teachers that actually know what they are doing. I'm in my MedSurg rotation and we have a graduate student who's going for her DNP (FNP) in our applied assessment class. Lets just say lectures are useless and no one ever knows what the tests and quizzes will be on.
For those classes that do have great teachers, I will agree with them. I love classes that have teachers that love to teach. :_)