- Patho Exam 5 and Final Exam
- Assessment Exam 5 and Final Exam
- COPD Presentation
- Head to Toe Assessment
- Skills Exam 4 and Final Exam
- IV Check off
- Final Check off
- 2 Clinicals
- and a partridge in a pair tree
Doesn't seem like much does it? Or wait, does it? Not really, considering how far I've come in Nursing School in only 4 months. And let me just tell you what I've learned so far.
Caffeine is what I need 99% of the time.
Sleep is very important.
Not sleeping is not absorbing.
Celebrating small victories and accomplishments are a must.
When you pass a test, celebrate.
It's hard for a reason. You're not in your pre-requestites anymore.
Sedentary lifestyle is the cause of every disease. So, go run with your study partners and release some endorphins.
Take a day of rest.
drink some wine, eat some chocolate, put your feet up, and stop studying.
Grey's Anatomy is an effective study tool.
I may have Friedreich's Ataxia, Tuberculosis, Restless Leg Syndrome, Hepatomegaly, or maybe I'm just a hypercondriac.
that feeling when you're reading your Pathophysiology book and it feels awfully too familiar.
Don't talk to non nursing students about nursing school or the stress it causes.
In 8 months, I'll do this again maybe and list what a year of Nursing School has taught me.