Exams vs. writing papers!!!! - page 2
I am interested in attending NP school but I am hearing that you have to write alot of papers which is very discouraging due to the fact that I hate writing papers...So my question is what programs are out there consist of mostly... Read More
- 0Jan 17, '13 by JerseyBSNQuote from ChristineNMy BSN and MSN degrees were 90% research papers. Very, very few exams. No memorization. Where are you attending your NP program?However, with an NP program you are doing more than having class discussion and writing papers, you are memorizing and applying information that you will potentially use for the rest of your career. Almost all of my NP classes have had exams, and I wouldn't expect anything else.
- 0Jan 17, '13 by ChristineNQuote from JerseyBSNI am attending La Salle University in Philly. Your science classes should have exams, as should your clinical lecture portion, as those text questions would be preparing you for NP boards. I am assuming you were not in an NP program
My BSN and MSN degrees were 90% research papers. Very, very few exams. No memorization. Where are you attending your NP program?
- 0Jan 18, '13 by jaznia15Well my program has consisted of both exams and papers to write. Of course in the core course (research, theory, a safety class) there was more paper writing and no exams. In the big courses the big focus is exams but we have a big paper due at the end of the semester (case narrative). I've heard that this is true for all the courses I have left (Adult II, Peds, and Women's health) except for Practicum of course. I don't mind the papers, I usually benefit greatly from learning the information researched. The papers are only a hinderance mainly because I am doing the full time curriculum which means I have three classes that require different papers due throughout the semester.