Ok everyone I am really going crazy now. I am sitting here making a study schedule and realize that I need at least 50 hours of outside class time per week for studying alone. I am going off the rule that for every hour you are in class you should spend at least 2-3 hours of outside prep time or 4-5 hours if you want to do better than average. I figured my professional practice class is 5 credits (professional practice is learning advance skills like IV therapy and then clinicals) I figure I would need 20 hours prep. Health management 4 credit hours is disease process and health promotion I figured I would need 16 hours. Nursing seminar is 2 credits so I figure I would need 6-8. Pharmacology is 2 credits but since there is going to be a lot of memorization I figure 8-10 hours and for my ethical theory which is 3 credit hours I figure I need 6-9 hours. Oh please for those of you who have done so well please tell me how do you fit in those study hours. I need all the suggestions I can get. From anyone is fine but especially from those who have kids. I have to do my best to qualify for all the scholarships
I can get for my senior year which will be fall 2002. I don't want to be $25,000.00 yes that is twenty-five thousand dollars in debt when I graduate from college if all possible.