I'm wondering how testing is done at other schools. I am studying for a test on the 14th (trying to get the reading done) that covers ten chapters & 5 math questions. Math will be IV rates, conversions such as grains to mg, mg/kg/day, gtts/min, etc.
We have had one half of a lecture on the math & are supposed to be self teaching. I'm lost. I know the formula for finding what you need equals what is ordered * what's available * conversions. That is it. Pass the math proficiency or we're out. Pass the ATI fundamentals or we're out. Wow.
I expected a lot of work, but I am struggling to keep up with reading plus the care plans
, drug cards & research papers. I have no life other than school & that's saying a lot with four kids, a husband & a house to (not) run.
How are you doing it?? Oh, and any score below 79% is failing. The 91 I got on the last test used to be an A- in other classes. Now it's like a C. I really enjoyed all my pre-reqs, but I'm beginning to hate this...