Statistics online at Wgu - page 2
I am needing to get some basic information. Is there am exam in this class? Is it proctor? Do they let you use a calculator? I have been trying to work on formulas. My start date got moved to May 1st, due to problems that WGU... Read More
- 0Feb 5 by featherzRNYour mentor will go over all that with you, but a lot of people seem to start with Care of the Older adult, which if you work with the elderly is probably one of the easier classes. Another option, believe it or not, is biochemistry - seems a lot of people starting with that lately since it gets you used to doing the 'project' type of classes.
- 0Feb 5 by featherzRNQuote from dejayramahThx featherzrn!!!
I can't wait. Would you say 3 classes every 3 weeks to complete is doable? Or it just varies on a case by case basis? I have to say bravo to all the people that finished within 6 months. Simply amazing.
It's up to you. Some can complete classes that quickly, some cannot. It's all in how much you want or CAN put into it - if you have other responsibilities such as kids or a demanding job, you may not be able to go that quickly. In all fairness, most people do NOT finish within 6 months - there's an active facebook page for the program and I am guessing that most finish in 8-12 months. Several of us have done it in 6 or (much) less, and there are those that need to take it slower (and there's nothing wrong with that!) and take two years.
I finished in 3.5 months, but I neglected everything else including sleep to get it done.
- 0Feb 24 by featherzRNQuote from dwiebergWGU's materials emphasize using a proctor for the RN to BSN classes. How does this work?
The objective tests are proctored. You either go to a testing center in your area or you use a webcam at your home where they can watch you take the exam that way -- whichever works best for you. The webcam is supplied by WGU.