RNs! Vote in my poll! (Please) - page 4
Hey everyone! I'm looking for a few responses to see if I want to spend my $200 and change on a review course or if I should spend it on myself. :D All my high stress nursing buddies are... Read More
Jan 30, '03No review, absolutely no anxiety, passed with a good score. I had to wait 3 months too, but when the envelope came and it had R.N. after my name, I figured I passed. Good luck Reb, buy a CD player or something with the money.
Jan 30, '03Originally posted by delirium
kids-r-fun, you rock.
Jan 30, '03Originally posted by kids-r-fun
Well, I always figured...if I can't do sumthin drunk I sure as heck can't do it sober either!
Jan 31, '03Originally posted by delirium
Exactly what I was thinking, she said aloud, sipping from her third bottle of Skyy blue malt liquor.
Jan 31, '03Um, the smart thing would be to put it on my credit card that is about $50 away from being maxed.
But I'll probably just blow it on creme horns, liquor, and bath products and have a private party for me and the wife.
Jan 31, '03I took a review course and passed first time but only because I didn't have to pay for any of it and it was a week out of town. The hospital I went to work at paid all, hotel,meals etc. We ate big every night and left early during the day and went shopping. Had a real nice time. I didn't study and we napped during the review in the am (because of the nights before). This was also the dark ages when the test was taken with a pencil over 2 days.
If you study too much for NCLEX you get frazzled and the old brain clogs up. Be careful.