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Sampson CC or James Sprunt CC

Anyone graduated from any one of these programs?

I know this post is old, but any chance you went to Sampson CC? I just got accepted there!

Hello did either of you complete the ADN program at Sampson?

7 minutes ago, lindycelina said:

I did! Graduated in 2018

Hello!!

Can you give me feed back on the program? Also some tips on how I can prepare before the semester starts? I’d greatly appreciate it!!

It’s a great program! I’d say before the semester starts to review some dose calculations, maybe find some practice questions online. The first semester is a whirlwind (when I was there, there were 16 tests in 18 weeks) so anything you can do to prepare will help! Even if you haven’t learned anything yet, practicing NCLEX questions will always be beneficial- or read tips on how to answer that type of question. RegisterednurseRN is a GREAT online resource and the girl on the site is SO good about breaking things down. Her site was a huge help all throughout the program. Read her notes and watch the lectures! I’m sure she has some videos about preparing for nursing school. The books the program tells you to buy are great, but also get some of your own NCLEX review books and practice the relevant questions before each test. Even if the questions aren’t the same as the ones on the test- practicing questions is HANDS DOWN the best way to prepare for a test. The teachers in the program are the bomb, and Dr. Smith the program director is the kindest/ smartest woman you will ever come across. If you are struggling at all go to her and she will always be willing to help. Good luck with everything and if you have more questions let me know!

On 4/7/2020 at 7:17 PM, lindycelina said:

It’s a great program! I’d say before the semester starts to review some dose calculations, maybe find some practice questions online. The first semester is a whirlwind (when I was there, there were 16 tests in 18 weeks) so anything you can do to prepare will help! Even if you haven’t learned anything yet, practicing NCLEX questions will always be beneficial- or read tips on how to answer that type of question. RegisterednurseRN is a GREAT online resource and the girl on the site is SO good about breaking things down. Her site was a huge help all throughout the program. Read her notes and watch the lectures! I’m sure she has some videos about preparing for nursing school. The books the program tells you to buy are great, but also get some of your own NCLEX review books and practice the relevant questions before each test. Even if the questions aren’t the same as the ones on the test- practicing questions is HANDS DOWN the best way to prepare for a test. The teachers in the program are the bomb, and Dr. Smith the program director is the kindest/ smartest woman you will ever come across. If you are struggling at all go to her and she will always be willing to help. Good luck with everything and if you have more questions let me know!

OMG Thank you so much you have been an amazing help and a wealth of information. I really appreciate this!

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