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  1. Study habits
    One thing that I have learned in my studies is that it's good to organize your weekly studying in advance, usually on a Saturday or a Sunday. I try to keep Fridays as free days in my course schedule,...
    Dec 14, '12
    Forum: Pre-Nursing Student
  2. Be careful with FACEBOOK
    If you're going to add coworkers to any social networking site, make sure it's just a professional network like Linkedin. Also, if you do your facebook privacy settings correctly, you can't even by...
    Dec 14, '12
    Forum: Nursing First Job Hunt Assistance
  3. NEW GRAD! Needs advice
    Did you graduate ADN or BSN? If you have a BSN and would be interested in the Baltimore area, try looking at Hopkins and UMMC. UMMC advertises nursing positions for new graduates.
    Dec 14, '12
    Forum: Nursing First Job Hunt Assistance
  4. "I'm too young for a living will"
    This is an excellent topic. I've actually had a living will since I was 22 (I'm 27 now). I was taking a medical ethics course, and I came to a personal realization that it was necessary after reading...
    Dec 8, '12
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  5. Book reccomendations for the Science Portion.
    Believe it or not, a good medical terminology course will help you some on the sciences portion. The official TEAS review book should help to some extent, and you can fill in what it doesn't explain...
    Nov 8, '12
    Forum: TEAS Exam Help
  6. Marymount accelerated BSN program
    I know that with appropriate TEAS scores, Marymount will supposedly accept students with a 2.8. I was wondering what the actual average GPA for incoming students was. If anyone is currently in this...
    Nov 8, '12
    Forum: Virginia Nursing
  7. Shenandoah University Accelerated BSN
    I've emailed Shenandoah admissions about this; the average GPA of incoming accelerated BSN students is a 3.5! Hope that helps!
    Nov 8, '12
    Forum: Virginia Nursing


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