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University of Cincinnati FNP fall 2013 anyone??? - page 5

Hello all! Just got my acceptance letter today for UC, nervous but excited at the same time to be going forward in my career! Any words of advice are greatly appreciated :-)... Read More

  1. Visit  msufan3710 profile page
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    I'm currently in the UC AGNP program. I'm happy to answer questions. PM me!
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  2. Visit  sweetp profile page
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    How can I PM you. Would you like to share your email with me.
    Thanks
  3. Visit  mmgRN profile page
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    Very helpful info kjinman100! thanks for the post!
  4. Visit  msufan3710 profile page
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    Quote from sweetp
    How can I PM you. Would you like to share your email with me.
    Thanks
    Sorry sweetp, I don't give out my personal email here. You can PM me after you have posted 10 posts per the AN policy.
  5. Visit  mursetraveler56 profile page
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    Hey i got into fall online 2016 also. DM me!
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  6. Visit  sparklie.lady profile page
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    Hello!

    I'm halfway through UC's online FNP program. I'm still working full-time with a nine-year-old and it's rough, but doable. My best advice is this: forget about a social life and a clean house! Other than that, if you have the resources, try to find a babysitter or family member that can take your toddler a few hours a day. Each class has 1-3 hours of lecture/ week to listen to, plus doing the readings, papers, and projects can add at least another 10 hours/week of study.

    I don't know about you, but my brain can only do so much in a day, so I try to break it up into sessions and do a few hours every day, instead of trying to cram a week's worth of work into one or two days. Thankfully, my daughter is in school now, so I study in the mornings on days I don't work.

    Definitely doable! (and don't buy most of the books!)
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    Quote from sparklie.lady
    Hello!

    I'm halfway through UC's online FNP program. I'm still working full-time with a nine-year-old and it's rough, but doable. My best advice is this: forget about a social life and a clean house! Other than that, if you have the resources, try to find a babysitter or family member that can take your toddler a few hours a day. Each class has 1-3 hours of lecture/ week to listen to, plus doing the readings, papers, and projects can add at least another 10 hours/week of study.

    I don't know about you, but my brain can only do so much in a day, so I try to break it up into sessions and do a few hours every day, instead of trying to cram a week's worth of work into one or two days. Thankfully, my daughter is in school now, so I study in the mornings on days I don't work.

    Definitely doable! (and don't buy most of the books!)
    Thanks for the information!
    About your comment on the books, how dI'd you manage to get your readings done without buying "most of the books"? Did you mean you didn't buy the book but found an online book to use?
  8. Visit  sparklie.lady profile page
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    I rented most of the books from Amazon. The only ones I though were worth buying (because I may need them someday) were pathophysiology and advanced health assessment. The pharm books we get for free (yay!) and the theory/research type classes really don't even need the books at all.
  9. Visit  msufan3710 profile page
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    Renting isn't a bad way to go for sure, but many of the books I purchased, and I'm glad I did! I can reference them whenever!

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