Looking for students who are applying to Brookhaven in Fall 2012 to start Spring 2013 - page 10
Hi there, I searched for Brookhaven to make sure there wasn't a thread for this but all I found was people that were getting in this fall at Brookhaven. I will be applying this fall to Brookhaven and will hopefully start in the... Read More
- 0Dec 10, '12 by escapebigdQuote from BriterzWe got about 3 weeks off from the end of July to the end of August, my group started last spring.The summer semester is the complete summer. You start the week after spring finals and I believe because you start the program in the spring your summer semester goes right up until fall semester starts with no break. You will be doing 2nd semester during the summer which is ALOT of material so that is why you go straight through with no break.
- 0Quote from escapebigdOh okay thanks for the correction! When I was at success camp and talking to some students who started in the spring that is just what I heard, that there was no break. Glad to hear that there is a break!We got about 3 weeks off from the end of July to the end of August, my group started last spring.
I was just looking at last summer's schedule though. Didn't you guys have Med/Surg 1 clinical from 7/16 until 8/10??
I am probably just confused! lolLast edit by Preemie 2 RN on Dec 11, '12
- 1Dec 11, '12 by escapebigdSo we started Nursing Skills 2 a couple days after spring semester ended. We also started Med/Surg class then. We had that until the beginning of July. We had some overlapping of skills and clinicals, those were 3 days a week, so most I believe were done 1st week of august or the week before. We didn't have to go back until the end of august, so that was our break before we had to start fall. Fall was 3 5 week blocks of classes, peds, then OB, then psych. We are still waiting to see if we had the prerequisite 3-4 fail from psych this year. Now that semester is done my class is a little on edge because we had no break in-between the fall classes, and 3-4 tests every 5 weeks, plus volunteering, and random extra activities that were required to pass. Oh and lots of group projects!! It is hard to get through, and the prospect of being able to read before starting the next class is impossible due to still studying for the final on the class that is still going on. The only advice I can think to give is forget life for the fall semester and just study, spend the extra money on the Davis series of books, like Davis Fundamentals, Davis Pediatric Success, etc...
- 1Dec 11, '12 by LaffitteI have heard from quite a few people that all the classes are difficult but that the Psych is EXTRA hard. People that study hard and ALWAYS get a 4.0 have failed many a test in that class. A question for all of you former and current students... What makes it so difficult? And does anyone ever walk out with an A?
- 1Dec 11, '12 by escapebigdThanks Briterz, I'm looking forward to it. Laffitte, straight A students were making 50's and 60's on the first two tests, and were happy to make a C in the class. There will be a different teacher doing the class next semester so it might be different, but the main thing is the tests are very abstract/subjective. In med/surg it could be questions about low RBC and prioritization, in psych it would be what is better to say to such and such patient. In response to the A question, I don't know anyone that received an A in that class, including previous semesters.