who else is in Chamberlain RNBSN program currently  page 29
I am starting online RNBSN via Chamberlain College of Nursing from July. Just wondering if any nurses out there who will be starting the program or in the program> Any suggestion/idea is... Read More

Feb 4, '11Joined: Aug '03; Posts: 731; Likes: 473ANACATRN,
How did you do on your mideterm? I just saw this post.Last edit by exnavygirlRN on Feb 4, '11 : Reason: Left out name replying to. 
Feb 4, '11Joined: Aug '03; Posts: 731; Likes: 473Week 5 of Capstone coming to a close. Almost there!

Feb 4, '11Occupation: Pediatric and Cardiac RN, currently working as a pediatric private duty nurse for technologically dependent kids. Specialty: Pediatrics, Cardiology, Geriatrics ; From: US ; Joined: Apr '10; Posts: 111; Likes: 204Quote from exnavygirlRNI missed 3, so I got a 94%. I never expected to get an A, so it's going much better than I thought! I guess I just need to relax and trust my abilities. Thanks for asking!ANACATRN,
How did you do on your mideterm? I just saw this post. 
Feb 4, '11Joined: Jan '11; Posts: 75; Likes: 4Hello Her Own Catalyst RN ,
How was your Statistics class? I am still thinking on which Statistics class to take: MAT206 or PSY230. Do you have any suggestions on which Statistics class is better?
I will greatly appreciate your response. Have a wonderful weekend ahead! ☺ 
Feb 6, '11Joined: Jan '07; Posts: 61; Likes: 1How is Collaborative heathcare? I am taking 2 classes next term so I an be finished in AUg . I am taking take with intro to humanities

Feb 7, '11Occupation: med/surg nurse Specialty: 3+ year(s) of experience in medsurg ; From: US ; Joined: Aug '10; Posts: 95; Likes: 42Quote from wannabenurse*Hey!Hello Her Own Catalyst RN ,
How was your Statistics class? I am still thinking on which Statistics class to take: MAT206 or PSY230. Do you have any suggestions on which Statistics class is better?
I will greatly appreciate your response. Have a wonderful weekend ahead! ☺
I'm in Statistics for Decision Making, and I'm actually really enjoying it. I never opened Excel in my life before I took this course, but the lecture professor makes the class a BREEZE. So far I have a 99.97% in the class
This course is Math 221. It includes 3 labs (week 2, 4, 6) and a final. No midterm. Definitely doable. 
Feb 7, '11Occupation: Pediatric and Cardiac RN, currently working as a pediatric private duty nurse for technologically dependent kids. Specialty: Pediatrics, Cardiology, Geriatrics ; From: US ; Joined: Apr '10; Posts: 111; Likes: 204Quote from lorie101I was terrified of Collaborative because you have to get a mentor and do a big project. It turned out to be really easy and kind of fun. It was time consuming, though. Taking Collaborative with intro to humanities should be very doable, but you may have a lot of papers to write that term. I can't be sure, though, as I didn't need intro to humanities, so I don't know how much work is involved. Collaborative is interesting and fun, but quite a bit of work needs to go into it.How is Collaborative heathcare? I am taking 2 classes next term so I an be finished in AUg . I am taking take with intro to humanities

Feb 7, '11Joined: Aug '03; Posts: 731; Likes: 473Starting week 6 of Capstone! Almost there.
Submitted my application to graduate.
I was so scared of Statistics but it turned to be an awesome class. 
Feb 7, '11Occupation: med/surg nurse Specialty: 3+ year(s) of experience in medsurg ; From: US ; Joined: Aug '10; Posts: 95; Likes: 42Quote from exnavygirlRNYAY! Yes, I was petrified of it too, but it really is going quite well. My new fear is of Econ, but I won't be taking that 'til at least the summer, so I have awhile to procrastinate about it.Starting week 6 of Capstone! Almost there.
Submitted my application to graduate.
I was so scared of Statistics but it turned to be an awesome class.
Anyone ever take comparative religions as their humanities elective? I was looking at the descriptions, and that seems to be the most interesting. 
Feb 8, '11Joined: Jan '07; Posts: 61; Likes: 1Quote from AnaCatRNThanks so muchI was terrified of Collaborative because you have to get a mentor and do a big project. It turned out to be really easy and kind of fun. It was time consuming, though. Taking Collaborative with intro to humanities should be very doable, but you may have a lot of papers to write that term. I can't be sure, though, as I didn't need intro to humanities, so I don't know how much work is involved. Collaborative is interesting and fun, but quite a bit of work needs to go into it.

Feb 8, '11Joined: Jan '07; Posts: 61; Likes: 1Quote from Her Own Catalyst RNI also looked into comparative religions but when I called she said you needed to be an excellent writer which I am not that is when chaberlain suggested intro to humanatiesYAY! Yes, I was petrified of it too, but it really is going quite well. My new fear is of Econ, but I won't be taking that 'til at least the summer, so I have awhile to procrastinate about it.
Anyone ever take comparative religions as their humanities elective? I was looking at the descriptions, and that seems to be the most interesting. 
Feb 8, '11Joined: Nov '10; Posts: 4Hi Everybody,
I started in chamberlain from January. Finishing off the first session. So far okay. I am so afraid of the mathematics course. Its been a while that i lost touch with maths. Anybody out there could give me a rough idea about the maths in Chamberlain? Is there any thread discussions? how do they conduct exams on Mathematics? 
Feb 9, '11Occupation: med/surg nurse Specialty: 3+ year(s) of experience in medsurg ; From: US ; Joined: Aug '10; Posts: 95; Likes: 42Quote from SudhatMath is SO easy. I just took it in October. It's a selfpaced course, and you have infinite tries to get the homework correct and 3! times at each exam. (I usually did crummy the first attempt, like a 78, then got a 100 the second time around)  After you take an exam it generates practice questions and shows you EXACTLY how to complete the problems. It's pretty much just changing the numbers around.Hi Everybody,
I started in chamberlain from January. Finishing off the first session. So far okay. I am so afraid of the mathematics course. Its been a while that i lost touch with maths. Anybody out there could give me a rough idea about the maths in Chamberlain? Is there any thread discussions? how do they conduct exams on Mathematics?
Wish they had something like that for papers