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First Year   (106 Views | 0 Replies)

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I passed the NCLEX, despite being very nervous. I was a classic case of "I know for sure I failed because it cut off at the minimum. Oh no! |.o.|" How I prepared for the NCLEX was (1) lots and lots and lots of practice questions, (2) video and audio recording myself giving lectures on nursing topics, (3) I got a temporary job as a farm hand because I always wanted to contribute to the "F" in the FDA, and (4) being okay with the fact that it is okay if confidence is not always my friend, because not everyone in life is going to be my friend, and at the end of the day I am my own best friend. 

 

Confidence: Where does the word confidence come from?

Origin

Late 16th century from French confident(e), from Italian confidente, from Latin confident- ‘having full trust’, from the verb confidere, from con- (expressing intensive force) + fidere ‘trust’.

 

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