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I love bio, the beginning is always hard, just dont give up, keep working on it.
Try home health. Less stressful and good pay.
Hello every one , i have just gotten my CNA certification and i am trying to find a job. I will be starting my nursing program in the fall but i know i have no nursing experience and when i graduate i want to not have such a hard time finding a job as a new grad. Can some one please help me out with where to look for CNA jobs that pay more than 10 bucks an hour or cna registrys that hire new CNA, i can afford to work for 10 an hour and that seems to be all thats out there for new CNA people. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Sorry to hear about that.
so......... i passed my prometric exam and just received my certificate in the mail today!!!!!!!!! just had to share
My name is Shelly. Hopefully i will be starting class in this fall.
waa, almost 40 years and this happened, really sorry about what you are going through this.
You should not quit, life is not always easy and we have to learn to fight.
Such a good article, make me think a lot~~~
Such a good article~~~
Why are computers needed to take notes in class? It's just a portal to outside distractions. I've stopped taking my laptop to class unless I am to work on a powerpoint for a group project. Good old fashioned pen and paper works better for me, as well as recording lectures. I use a Livescribe pen to do both. I can record lectures as well as take notes. It's pretty cool, and it's a much better alternative to using a laptop. This is the website for anyone who is interested: http://www.livescribe.com/en-us/
Classroom incivility is rampant, and I'm not sure if my instructors didn't notice or didn't care. It mainly affects other students, especially if they have a seat at the back of the room, where the distractions in front of them are too numerous to overcome. The main culprit in my classes was technology. I began sitting at the front because the distractions from other students who were texting, playing computer games, answering personal emails (rapid click, click, click of keyboards that weren't associated with note-taking), Facebooking, or IMing each other were irritating to me.
Sometimes, I think instructors could ban computers in the classroom all together. I rarely used mine except on test days, and my grades did not suffer by using hand-written notes. Is it a coincidence that the top students in my class did not use technology inappropriately in class?
This is by far not my best work, but one time I was computer doodling and came up with this about my academic path. It's okay that you're on your own life track. I took a few detours before getting on board with nursing school.
If your school allows take both of them at the same time, then take both, but a lot of hard work.
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