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by msesay91 msesay91, ADN (Member)

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Just signed up for my first class into my online BSN program and IDK if i'm made for that life lol I love classroom settings however with working full time 5 days a week, i don't think I want to overwork myself like that. I was very organized in nursing school however outside of that I'm so lazy lol How did some of you guys manage online classes? I signed up for a hybrid class on Saturdays cause i'm too scared for a full online class setting. Help lol

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Hi

I did a fully online rn to bsn. Assignments for the whole semester were visible at the start. Most classes started Monday, had the first assignment due Wednesday, the final one due Sunday. You had to log in at least three separate days per week. Mostly questions and papers, very few exams. It was tedious and mostly pointless. 

I would try to start my work early (Sunday) and be done with my three days before Friday. If there was a paper, i started weeks before the due date if possible. Read all directions and rules carefully and follow to the letter. 

Don't wait until the day before anything is due. Read ahead in assignments and start early. 

The good thing is, you can do work on your phone from anywhere. I did school work on vacation,in the hospital after I gave birth (same day) and on my commute to work. Convenient!

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msesay91 has <1 years experience as a ADN.

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On 3/12/2019 at 12:51 PM, TAKOO01 said:

Hi

I did a fully online rn to bsn. Assignments for the whole semester were visible at the start. Most classes started Monday, had the first assignment due Wednesday, the final one due Sunday. You had to log in at least three separate days per week. Mostly questions and papers, very few exams. It was tedious and mostly pointless. 

I would try to start my work early (Sunday) and be done with my three days before Friday. If there was a paper, i started weeks before the due date if possible. Read all directions and rules carefully and follow to the letter. 

Don't wait until the day before anything is due. Read ahead in assignments and start early. 

The good thing is, you can do work on your phone from anywhere. I did school work on vacation,in the hospital after I gave birth (same day) and on my commute to work. Convenient!

Thank youuuu soooooooo much!! I love when i get feedback on here, it's much appreciated.

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