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ambereyes1987 has 3 years experience.

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  1. I am a new nursing student going through the second stage of nursing through a LPN-RN program at the college I am currently residing. I failed my first mental health exam, and that was my own fault because I didn't study enough. However, I studied really good for my Med-Surg exam earlier this week. I feel however I will not do good on this one, just because there was material on there that I did not see during lectures or lab. So I have the feeling that I am going to be failing this one as well. I am freaking out because there are only two exams and the then the final to make up for the the bad test grade on both classes. I am desperate for studying tips, ad how other former nursing students got through these types of exams. Especially if a professor did not go over something in lecture??? I have done the flash cards and whatnot, but I don't think that will be enough. That is why I am asking for help. I am desperate. I want to get at least a B+ on my next exam, just so that way it can make up for my bad grades. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
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    Lost my first LPN job

    I lost my first LPN job today. I am so upset at myself, because I kept making med errors. They weren't big deal ones, and older nurses told me not to report them, but I felt it was the right thing to do and I can't lie to save my life. After hours of crying I am going to try and find a new job right now. I don't know though if I should put my latest job down since it was only for three months or if I should keep them out. I asked my boss if she could be used as a reference, because she says I have great potential, but she can't. Should I put down my latest job? Or keep it out since it was only for three months?