Published Mar 10, 2005
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Lunah, MSN, RN
Oh wow! That is very encouraging :). So skipping an exam makes a difference in length of time huh? :) Do you find that your paramedic experience helped you through nursing school in any sort of way?Did you pass the CPNE on the first try? I'm so scared reading about this I think if I go on to a college that uses the CPNE, I will have to meditate/yoga every morning of that exam LOL
Did you pass the CPNE on the first try? I'm so scared reading about this I think if I go on to a college that uses the CPNE, I will have to meditate/yoga every morning of that exam LOL
Well, skipping one exam means one less exam to do, so it should make your journey a smidgen shorter than mine! :) I did pass the CPNE on the first try, thank goodness. EC is the only college I'm aware of that has a CPNE; it's pretty special, that's for sure. LOL. And yes, my paramedic experience was very helpful to me -- my paramedic education came with a degree, meaning I took a lot of applicable courses like pathophysiology, pharmacology, etc., that translated well into nursing school. Plus my experience with practical exams (we have a big practical exam for National Registry paramedic) helped me to prep well for the CPNE, and provided me with personal strategies that helped me to be successful.
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