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Hi everyone, we made it through our first week! Congrats to us! :)

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Yes I am so happy we made it through the first week lol! I feel like my head is spinning around and I dont know what to do next! Hoping this gets more organized and we can understand what the heck is going on! :lol2:

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Im taking it one say at a time, just happy to know that I'm not the only person feeling overwhelmed :-)

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Does anyone have an instructor for Health Assessment who has given a study guide for Monday's test?

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So it's 9:30pm on Tuesday, if we haven't heard from Miss. Emily I guess we can assume we passed Dosage Calc 2?

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Does anyone have an instructor for Health Assessment who has given a study guide for Monday's test?

What we found is that the study guides took a lot of work and usually have nothing to do with the test. I would focus on PP's and the text.

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So it's 9:30pm on Tuesday, if we haven't heard from Miss. Emily I guess we can assume we passed Dosage Calc 2?

I hope so.

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What we found is that the study guides took a lot of work and usually have nothing to do with the test. I would focus on PP's and the text.

Um, yeah- we figured that out during the test. Next time I'll be sure to read every square inch of the text, focusing on the most obscure parts, things not in the powerpoints, and make sure to not bother with the study guide. Hopefully our next exam will at the very least be coherently written. The last one looked like my 4 year old created it.

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I totally agree about the Health Assessment test! There was really no excuse for the typos and mistakes. I mean, if they expect us to churn out perfect work, you'd think they could do the same for a flippin' test.

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Hi everyone, I'm a fall hopeful, but I have 203 points so I'm definitely keeping my fingers crossed! I was just wondering, does anyone know their schedule, for the day classes, for the whole 15 months? I work 2pm-10pm full time, and am just wondering how I will work my schedule around school. Are there any random days where you have to be at class at like 8pm or something? I'm sure clinicals near the end will be 7a to 7p, that's a given....I'm just kinda worried about keeping my job; I have a dog and a cat to support! :p

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Um, yeah- we figured that out during the test. Next time I'll be sure to read every square inch of the text, focusing on the most obscure parts, things not in the powerpoints, and make sure to not bother with the study guide. Hopefully our next exam will at the very least be coherently written. The last one looked like my 4 year old created it.

LOL! Yeah, really!

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Hi everyone, I'm a fall hopeful, but I have 203 points so I'm definitely keeping my fingers crossed! I was just wondering, does anyone know their schedule, for the day classes, for the whole 15 months? I work 2pm-10pm full time, and am just wondering how I will work my schedule around school. Are there any random days where you have to be at class at like 8pm or something? I'm sure clinicals near the end will be 7a to 7p, that's a given....I'm just kinda worried about keeping my job; I have a dog and a cat to support! :p

I can't speak for all 4 terms but term 1 is similar to this... Monday: Test 3-5:30, Tuesday: Class 9-12, Wednesday: Class 9-12 and 1-4, Thursday: Off, Friday: Class 8-1:30 (first seven weeks)... There are variations... mainly in what day will be your long days, which will be your short days, and which day has no scheduled class... but everyone has 1 day they stay until 4 and another day scheduled 8 til 1:30... and ALL TERM 1 DAY STUDENTS TEST FROM 3-5:30pm NO EXCEPTIONS. Term 1 clinicals start on week 8 and would be on whichever day is your sections 8-1:30 day... Clinicals however are 7am-1:30pm (or 6:45-1:15). On top of your scheduled classes, there are days you are required to be available for volunteer work, mandatory trainings, etc... and the day before clinicals each week, you are required to pick up your assignment at the hospital in uniform. So for me, for example I will have to drive across town to the Beach on my supposed day off, in uniform and then spend the remainder oft he day writing up a care plan. Each night we have about 3 chapters of reading to complete on top of things we are just expected to know. I would suggest maybe seeing if your employer would agree to scale back your hours or perhaps taking a leave at least until after term 1.

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