Congratulations on your scholarship. I, like an idiot, left Sentara to work for an "affiliate" of Sentara, my pal time and other benefits went with me so I assumed I was eligible for CAP. After I sent in my application I was told that I infact was NOT eligible. My credit card bill is going to be ridiculous at the end of this!.
For Nur 108, regardless of what your schedule says, two instructors teach the course together, they split up the subjects and one will lecture, then the other.There are two other instructors who do labs and clinicals, but you'll be assigned to one of the main two for advising. My first piece of advice for this course is to get organized. You'll get a course outline and a calender for the whole semester. Use that to organize yourself. It takes a minute to get used to the NCLEX style of testing, so be patient with yourself. I do the assigned reading, and then correlate that with the lecture notes. There are a TON of lecture notes. lots and lots and lots of information. Know your learning style and utilize suggestions for that style to digest the information. I found out I'm a kinesthetic learner, so I have to interact with my notes. I use a white board to track concepts, index cards for definitions. There are CDs with the book, I do all the quizzes with that. These are things that help me. you've got to find what works for you.