I am a first year student in an ADN program where they are attempting to figure out this so called concept based curriculum that is supposed to stanardize community college programs across the state. My experiece so far: First semester 4 hour lecture and a 4 hour lab every week. One day of clinicals a week. Lab consisted of medication administration parenteral and nonparenteral, skills and assessment that was to be learned mostly from Youtube. I would say more than half of the class isn't confident on how to do a head-to-toe assessment, what normal ausculation of lung, heart, and bowel sounds are. Second semester 6 hours of lecture and two 6 hour clinicals a week. I feel like I am not getting what I should and in an organized way and actually contemplating reporting some things to the NCBON. Yes i understand that flexibility is a must, but I am not made like Stretch Armstrong. I am just wondering what other students are/have experienced and if it is just as chaotic as I think it is.