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Charity SON Fall 2012

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Naturally_lynn40 has 10 years experience.

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After reading many of you all's post about taking the Hesi test, I am very nervous myself. I am already an LPN of 5 years, and I have all of my pre-reqs, but when I take timed exams I freak out! You all make the Hesi seem so easy, but it's not easy when you have completed your Science pre-reqs like A&P and Biology several years ago. Sometimes if you don't continue to study that stuff, you loose it!

@ Phil you mentioned that you had choosen to take your math first & your science last, at Delgado testing center can you do such a thing? I was told that you do not have to take the Chemistry & Physics portion. Is that true? @ Leanna, I have been studying all the things you've suggested...Thanks.

Are there any word problems? Metric Conversions? And what is the Critical Thinking part?

I am asking because I hate that the Evolve book is so thin, and many people are saying they used other study guides. The school's website does not mention any other study material. BTW, I will probably take the test in December for the LPN-RN Bridge Program.

Any information would be helpful & grately appreciated!

Mz.Martin7

Ashley My email address is: mart3188e@aol.com

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I sent you an email.

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Naturally_lynn40 has 10 years experience.

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Got it! Thinks Phi823

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Naturally_lynn40 has 10 years experience.

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Oops! Lol! I meant, Thanks, got it Phi823

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Naturally_lynn40 has 10 years experience.

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Omg U know what I'm trying to say! Lol

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I heard the HESI is easy, just like the TEAS...just get the book online and study it....because the practice problems, especially for math, are just like the questions in the actual test.

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Dear nishu09, I cannot sent private messages, because honestly I'm not on the site often enough to pay for private. My advise for doing well in your first semester is to first figure out the best way you retain information. I loved the tegrity program. I listened to it 24/7. If a chapter was recommended, and I couldn't read it, I would read the summary in the back of the books. I would sometimes rewrite my notes and do flash cards.

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sirI has 30 years experience as a MSN, APRN, NP and works as a FNP/WHNP(E)/Educator/MedLeg Consul.

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Dear nishu09, I cannot sent private messages, because honestly I'm not on the site often enough to pay for private.

Sending private messages is not a "paid" service. Once a member has at least 15 substantial posts (not merely boosting post count), the member can send private messages.

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HMMM....How is that math test you have to take mid-semester like basic math or algebra? I believe we get 3 chances to make 90%

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I am currently a level 1 when our acceptance letters went out 70 was the cut off. good luck

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can anyone tell me if csn calculates an f from an algebra class into you csn gpa if it is over five years old?

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Nolakay, the"f" would still be claculated even if it was 10 yrs old unless you were granted academic amnesty in which all of your grades would be wiped clean for you to start over. As far as the profile sheet for Charity, the section that says any D's or F's in the last five years, you would be ok fo that part. I had a F in a marketing class because I didn't drop it from 1994, and it is still calculated in my gpa, but not the csn gpa since marketing is obviously not in the CSN curiculum. But the algebra is.

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