Do you have any inside info that you would like to share w/ pre-nursing students? For example, forgive me, but I didn't know it was common decency to give up your seat for a nurse if you are a student. I did not know that students were not allowed to sit. Things like this can effect a situation very much. I was just wondering, is there any other inside info that you could share for someone going in?
Stuff that may seem like common sense, but to someone who is unfamiliar w/ things it may not be? Sometimes people aren't necessarily rude or uncouth, but maybe...just ignorant as to how better to conduct themselves.
So, teachers, what, in your opinion makes a good student, what makes an excellent
one? What can a student do to stand out and how can a student make the absolute most of their nursing school experience?