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Okay so so far I've been taking one class at a time over 2 - 3 week periods with the exceptions of a couple classes (some faster, some slower). But now I want to take 2 classes at a time (Idk if I can handle 3 or more lol).. I am currently studying for Health Differences and just started studying for Health Differences Accross the Lifespan 1...

Has anyone done this, and if so what are your tips for juggling all of the information? Do you make a schedule? Take notes? What? Please tell me... Thanks :)

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I prefer to decrease the amount of time between each exam rather than increase the number of tests I am studying for at the same time.

I have signed up for multiple classes at once, but I never study for more than one at a time. What I mean is I might sign up for lifespan1 and lifespan2 st the same time, but I will only study lifespan1 content until I take and pass the lifespan1 exam. Only THEN will I move on to the content for lifespan2.

I can understand if you live very far from a testing center, you might want to take multiple tests on the same day. My testing center is only a 30-45 min drive from my house and a 15 min drive from my work. I choose to study only one subject at a time, since you can technically take an exam the same day you sign up for the class. I hope that makes sense.

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natnat122 works as a RN.

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I prefer to decrease the amount of time between each exam rather than increase the number of tests I am studying for at the same time.

I have signed up for multiple classes at once, but I never study for more than one at a time. What I mean is I might sign up for lifespan1 and lifespan2 st the same time, but I will only study lifespan1 content until I take and pass the lifespan1 exam. Only THEN will I move on to the content for lifespan2.

I can understand if you live very far from a testing center, you might want to take multiple tests on the same day. My testing center is only a 30-45 min drive from my house and a 15 min drive from my work. I choose to study only one subject at a time, since you can technically take an exam the same day you sign up for the class. I hope that makes sense.

Yeah that's what I've been doing, my testing center is about the same distance.. I was just wondering which would be quicker.. I guess in retrospect the taking one exam every few weeks is more feasible.. I dunno we shall see I guess.. I just wanted to see what ppl out there have been doing, if it's any different or better than my strategy! You made sense thanks for your response!

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