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That Guy has 6 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Emergency/Cath Lab.

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OMG Pitaya I LOVE studying to Owl city!!!

Hahaha I had to mention that..I just had to!

Awesome! Even if I know the words to the songs, Owl City's music is still not as distracting as other music for some reason, but it sets a good atmosphere. :)

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I love listening to the ambient station on I-Tunes...There are several different radio stations under this category that play very chill, soothing music...

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Wow, these are all cds my husband and I have owned, or currently own!

We are soundtrack junkies, but tend to like the battle and war saga type. They really have some good musical scores!

I am a new nursing student and have been considering what music I would like to listen to while studying. I know I'll be putting a lot of classical on my MP3 player as well.

The soundtrack to Avatar has a few songs that I think would be great for studying too!

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NP Sam specializes in Peds OR as RN, Peds ENT as NP.

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Classical music.. so then I can't sing along!

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Jeff Beck w Rod Stewart

Mountain

Cream (live)

Iron Butterfly

BB King

Buddy Guy

Junior Wells

Eric Clapton

Albert Collins

Albert King

NRBQ

Bonnie Raite

Betty Lavelle

James Cotton

Muddy Waters

James Taylor

John Lee Hooker

Joe Bonamassa

John Mayall

Coco Montoya

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Someone needs to make a playlist on playlist.com. I've been trying to study but it is hard to concentrate with all the quiet.

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Pneumothorax is a BSN, RN and specializes in Critical Care, Emergency Medicine, Flight.

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80's and the di.fm vocal trance channel... and if i really need to be mellow- ambient channel. love it!

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Classical or other word-less music. I'd rather study in silence but with two loud kids sometimes it takes the noise canceling headphones and some background music to muffle the distractions. During the winter I listed to a lot of xmas music such as Josh Groban. Maybe I should try french music, or some other language that I don't really understand too? : )

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That Guy has 6 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-B and specializes in Emergency/Cath Lab.

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Classical or other word-less music. I'd rather study in silence but with two loud kids sometimes it takes the noise canceling headphones and some background music to muffle the distractions. During the winter I listed to a lot of xmas music such as Josh Groban. Maybe I should try french music, or some other language that I don't really understand too? : )

You have to be careful with the foreign language type of stuff, depending on the type you listen to. it can be just as beautiful and will suck you in.

And Christmas music is TERRRRRRIBLE.

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I have a very diverse selection I like to listen to.

I go anywhere from Ramones to Tommy Roe... lol... Monkees, Beatles, Motley Crue, Petula Clark, Morrissey, Peter Murphy, Anthrax, Johnny Horton... lol!!

I can do just about anything but classical. That's for sleeping and I will go to sleep!

Unfortunately, music sometimes distracts me so I have to turn it off.

Music worked much better for me when I was an Art student... not so much when I was trying to get a grip on hemodynamics...

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