Emmie620 1,610 Views
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You must be reading my mind. The same thing applies to me too. I graduated with my BSN from UTA also and felt it was easier to go with those I know. At the same time like you, I am thinking about the time frame being just so long compared with other 2 year programs too. Another problem I am having is the fact that I like the one class at a time and I don't want to jumble to many classes at the same time because we know how that BSN program was.....so what other program are you looking at other that UTA?
I am due to start on the 9th of April but I am thinking about deferring my start date to look for a 2year program. I have attended so many schools and I just wanted to maintain consistency by going with a reputable school.
I just got accepted into the UTA FNP program and I an to start on May 9th, is anyone starting then or has anyone finished the NURS 5327 class that can help with any advise or caution?
And would anyone like to pass their books forward to me?
Thanks ahead of time.
I just wanted to say that I totally agree with you....health assessment was so hard but I made that class by the grace of GOD. The worse of all classes for me at UTA was research...it seemed like no matter how hard I tried research was just going to not let me have an A in that class...both the test and the article critiques were so difficult for me. I am glad that class is over with....Are you done with your capstone now? how was it?
Hi BateyB, have you started the program yet? I presume you are an RN already right?...I am already enrolled in the program and in my 5th class so far. I don't think there is a clinical. Please check with your advisor but I don't think we have anything like that set up if you are already an RN but be prepared for a fast paced, good work load to make you forget you want a clinical assignment.
I have just dropped my N3315 Health Assessment class at UTA because the teacher sent me a msg saying that I was at risk for failing the class.
I didn't think I was doing so badly since my weighted total was at 78 but with today being the last day to drop. I only had seconds to make the decision weather to drop or remain in the class and I didn't want to drop my GPA so I ended up dropping the class.
Can anyone help me with this class please? I had a hard time with the quizzes and I will be taking the class again beginning the end of this month.
congratulations...that really encouraged me...thank you
Please help...I was accepted for spring 13 and I was hoping since you all have finished you could assist me with ...... any advise you can render...
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do you still have your ATI book (TEAS study guide) and if so do you want to sell it and for how much pls...inbox me details via firstname.lastname@example.org pls...thanks
thanks ladyinscrubs for all the info...kudos to you.
They will provide you the info you need--breakdown by semester. The first is Transition and the assessment class. These can be taken separately or together. Next is Mental health (didactic and clinical classes). Then there is med surg and ???. Next comes research...after that I have to look at my notes. You can go to the course website and bring up the program. Remember, there are two LPN to BSN programs. One for California and the other for non-Calif. I can only speak about the Calif program...which is a little different from non-Calif program. The Calif BON requires the Calif students take only one clinical class a semester. This makes the program longer for us in Calif.
I need the objective for Nursing care for Adults, Nursing care for child and family and Nursing care for childbearing family. ...I tried to pull the the syllabus/objective for the phase II challenge exams to help me study but I wasn't sucessful in getting the info...can you please help me?
Hey!! I have study guides that helped me pass the challenge exams the first time!
Do we have any ISU students in the Fresno, CA area that is working on the phase II portion of the program?
Lady in scrubs;
Thanks for your posting. I am rejuvinated again having read almost all your threads. I am currently registered for the ISU program and in fact, I have completed one of the four exams in phase II. I was in a hurry to complete the exams that I rushed through the Nursing care of Adults and failed it the first time I took it and then I got discouraged.
I am encouraged again by your writings and the fact that you are so far gone into the program...I can't wait to get to transitions...do you have any tips as to how you were able to complete the four phase II exams? and how fast were you able to finsh them? Any study tips for these exams? and do you know anyone in the Fresno, CA area working on this program?
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