To study group of not to study group... - page 3

Some second year students are saying if I don't get into a study group I'll never make it out of nursing school, but I've found that I do best without study groups, the two times I tried studying... Read More

  1. by   NaomieRN
    It is all depend on the group. I had to sifted out some folks this semester from my group because they were like parasites. I prefer smaller study group with no more than 3. I usually like to study on my own for several hours prior to going to the group, I would read the book, listen to the lecture, rewrite my notes and study using index cards. I use to study group to compare notes and assist other hard work folk who are serious about learning and who can also help me.
    Last edit by NaomieRN on Mar 13, '06
  2. by   waterlilly
    Hi, No I Don,t Believe A Study Group Is Essential To Gain Sucess. For The Past Two And Half I Have Been Doing Fine Without A Study Group. Keep It Up Chris.
  3. by   skoolgirl50
    Some how the replies to "To study or not to study" are coming to me email. I am not the one who was asking the question, however; I did respond with a commet of my own reguarding study groups. Looking forward to having other messages with ya'll later. Have a good night.
  4. by   AngelsRN
    Quote from Tweety
    I made primarily A's (one B) and passed NCLEX the first time without being involved in a study group. I definately study better alone. Group learning is not for everyone. Go with what works for you.
    I agree -- groups did not work for me - I did much better on my own once I figured out what worked for me.