Rn Failure!

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Excellent advice! Thanks for looking at the whole picture.


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I'm getting ready to start a BSN program this summer, so I'm not really sure I should post, but I have always done really well in school and have been both a student and a instructor in public health.

When I was in graduate school, I cried a lot. I think the crying really helps get the stress and worry of not getting it all done out so you can focus. Many of the girls in my graduate program cried a lot too. When you have to stay up late, get up early, not eat, not shower and not do anything fun for weeks at a time, life really sucks. But it is all worth it in the end.

I also find that visiting your professors often makes a huge difference when you're not doing well. When I had students come visit me and be respectful to me (you'd be surprised how students can really treat you like crap) I really felt the need to help them and it makes a difference in the end with grades.

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