who else is in Chamberlain RN-BSN program currently

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Specializes in Case management, Peds, ICU, Med/Surg.

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DebanamRN

DebanamRN, MSN, RN

Specializes in Hospice, ER. Has 10 years experience. 601 Posts

I wasn't difficult. I reworked a project from an earlier class. It was all my original work, so I tweaked it and got an A. My subject was CHF and so it was very relevant. I still use that information when doing patient teaching. It was a powerpoint project. Good luck!

futureRNsoon

futureRNsoon

12 Posts

for everyone that is finished , how long did it take you? did you have to redo any classes and did anyone participate in the international health projects?

CookieZRN

CookieZRN

Specializes in Infertility. Has 12 years experience. 16 Posts

I just finished MAT 114 and it was a breeze! I was dreading it since I have not taken a math class since high school many years ago, but surprisingly it was easy! Everything is laid out pretty well. There is the text, videos and notes from your teacher to get you through it. The added bonus is that you get 2 to 3 attempts on all tests, even the final! Don't stress, you'll do great!

CookieZRN

CookieZRN

Specializes in Infertility. Has 12 years experience. 16 Posts

I took NSG 351 class after being a nurse for 30 years and it was great I enjoyed getting back to class even though it was on line I have enjoyed the two other nursing classes I have taken.

If you have microsoft office 7 or 10 the paper writting is easy and it was not one of my best subjects in school I got an A

But i now am faced with Math 114 and I am terrified Can anyone tell me about the class

I just finished MAT 114 and it was a breeze! I was dreading it since I have not taken a math class since high school many years ago, but surprisingly it was easy! Everything is laid out pretty well. There is the text, videos and notes from your teacher to get you through it. The added bonus is that you get 2 to 3 attempts on all tests, even the final! Don't stress, you'll do great!

sportylmt

sportylmt

2 Posts

I am starting the RN to BSN program tomorrow, April 30! Any advise? This will be my first online class (NR351) - is anyone else starting tomorrow?

Ozzia

Ozzia

6 Posts

Hi ism an older nurse that must get her bsn immediately. How hard has this been for you? How many classes did you take at a time? Any insight would be helpful!!!!

CookieZRN

CookieZRN

Specializes in Infertility. Has 12 years experience. 16 Posts

I am starting the RN to BSN program tomorrow, April 30! Any advise? This will be my first online class (NR351) - is anyone else starting tomorrow?

I, too, started Transitions today! I have taken a few of the gen ed classes through Devry and have to say based on the syllabus that this class seems not as labor intensive or time consuming as the Devry classes. If you stay on top the discussion questions daily and follow the syllabus you will do fine. Good luck!

AtlantaGoldfish

AtlantaGoldfish

8 Posts

Hi Everyone,

I am a new student at the Atlanta Chamberlain campus..we are the first class to go through this program here in Atlanta. I am about to finish my first semester, and it has been incredibly difficult. I have been struggling with my Pathophysiology class and was wanting feedback from other Chamberlain students who have made it through this class. Does the school actually adhere to the 76% cumulative exam score policy to pass the class?? There are several of us who it does not look like we will make this score. Our grade in all of our projects, case studies, etc are A's, but it is this cumulative test score that may cause us to fail the class. Please help...I am beside myself.

Thank you,

Stressed out BSN student in Atlanta.

chrissie2222

chrissie2222

17 Posts

I am starting chamberlain in sept and I was wondering if anyone could tell me what A and P book they use I could not find it online

jjPedsRN

jjPedsRN

Has 9 years experience. 166 Posts

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed) is the book for AP. It has been very helpful for me as someone who knew nothing about AP style of writing papers.

suzi4

suzi4

30 Posts

Hi everyoneI plan on taking three classes this September. Soc 350. NR351. And a 2 credit class-sorry don't remember name, buts it's the only 2 credit course they offer. Does anyone think this is too much? I heard Soc 350 is a lot of work... Any info would be greatly appreciated!

SleeplessinCA

SleeplessinCA

1 Post

I'm completing my BSN in two weeks! I made the mistake for financial aid purposes of stacking my ECON312 with my Capstone course! BIG MISTAKE! Both are so time consuming. I would expect it from my Capstone Course, but the ECON class I find, I just hate it. The instructor is maddening. There are so many discussion board requirements and she grades so stringently, you literally have to log in EVERYDAY, or you do not get your full credit, which quickly adds up. It is the most senseless class throughout the whole learning experience and I'm dreading the final exam! I've never hated a course since taking Statistics in college the first time, but I can say, I truly, truly, hate this course.

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