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i need help passing the pn exit exam!!!!

LadyFree28, BSN, RN

Specializes in Pediatrics, Rehab, Trauma. Has 10 years experience.

Crack open books, notes, etc, and start reviewing.

What stumps you the most?

time management i cant find time to study because i hv to study for my other 3 classes

LadyFree28, BSN, RN

Specializes in Pediatrics, Rehab, Trauma. Has 10 years experience.

Well, AN does not promote anything that constitutes as cheating, nor helping with homework.

You will have to find a way to study what your weak subjects are and find time to finish whatever you need to get done, even if it means spending two hours on each subject.

Hope this helps.

TheCommuter, BSN, RN

Specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych. Has 15 years experience.

i need help passing the pn exit exam!!!!

Do you need help passing the PN exit exam because you did not pass on your first attempt? I'm only asking because, after spending 1+ years in an PN program, you should have enough of a basic knowledge base to pass whatever exit exam is thrown in your direction.

I am not asking for any assitance as far as cheating..... I am simply asking strategies that you may have taking to balance out so much being thrown to a person all at once. If I had recieved the proper education I payed for I would not be worried at all about taking the exam. I have dealt with teachers leaving i the middle of quarters, had 5 differnt DON's, and unstability since I have been enrolled in this program. A lot of the information and knowledge I have came from me getting it on my own! I can read all day long but it is not the same as having an instructor actually explain it to you. I have not come this far to fail in the end. Failure is not an option for me. I made a promise to myself and my kids and it will be kept.

oklamedic2011

Specializes in SNF, LTAC. Has 2 years experience.

Platt college?

LadyFree28, BSN, RN

Specializes in Pediatrics, Rehab, Trauma. Has 10 years experience.

I am not asking for any assitance as far as cheating..... I am simply asking strategies that you may have taking to balance out so much being thrown to a person all at once. If I had recieved the proper education I payed for I would not be worried at all about taking the exam. I have dealt with teachers leaving i the middle of quarters, had 5 differnt DON's, and unstability since I have been enrolled in this program. A lot of the information and knowledge I have came from me getting it on my own! I can read all day long but it is not the same as having an instructor actually explain it to you. I have not come this far to fail in the end. Failure is not an option for me. I made a promise to myself and my kids and it will be kept.

Ok, but you haven't given sufficient information to at least GUIDE you to some assistance; you decided to post as if we know you and your program and like we are your friends on Facebook and Instagram when this is a professional website where you should at least post a general idea on what you need help in; it took you several posts to provide that information; if you read my initial and subsequent posts, I have you suggestions.

You need to step back and make what you need a priority; make a test plan and find out what your weaknesses are; prioritize what is needed to do NOW to get through the material, even if it means cutting back hours from work, etc; we are NOT going to know because we are not YOU, you will have to make those decisions; we are also not your classmates and if any of us are, we are not going to tell you because this is an anonymous website.

Nursing school, especially PN school is very intensive, and it behooves the student to have a plan in order to understand and retain the information, regardless of staffing changes, etc. It happens in programs, and it had no bearing on the adult student to get help within the school, or utilize outside sources through supplementary books or Google or other means to obtain the information.

You can't expect a predictable or favorable response if you are at least not going to give a well informed post to allow posters to even try to guide you.