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Old 12-06-2008, 01:25 PM
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Hey Ya'll! I'm a nursing student from Alabama, Roll Tide! anyway, I'm 2nd level and my instructor sucks......we basically have to teach ourselves EVERYTHING! I was wondering if anyone knows of some good audio lectures that I could listen to? I have every NCLEX book printed, but need something more........thanks for any help!
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Old 12-06-2008, 04:27 PM
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For us not from America, can you just give a quick run down as to what 2nd level intails (or what was covered in 1st and we can exclude it). I did have some great pathophys audio, but I'm mainly book and instructor taught.
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Old 12-07-2008, 01:01 AM
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my instructor sucks......we basically have to teach ourselves EVERYTHING!
In the 1st year - students are pretty much spoon fed.
In 2nd year student - you should be able to resource your answers yourself by now. I'll bet your instructor is still giving you the main topic - ie pointing you to what you need to read up on.
In 3rd year you'll be expected to identify the wider reading topics yourself and some specialist stuff perhaps.

In the real world you'll be all on your own.
That's when you realise what you don't know - but at least you'll be able to do you sum gud lurnin.
Then you'll be thanking your 'lazy' instructor.
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