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lynniegirl posted on 1/22/2003 3:28:57 PMReply
Looking For A Study Partner

Is there anyone out there who is studying Life Span or A & P that would like to have a study partner?

shlowry posted on 1/29/2003 10:34:45 PMReply
RE: Looking For A Study Partner

Hey I'm doing LSD also. Do you have any bright ideas for making it easier to study? I seem to only be able to do it for a short time. Heidi

lynniegirl posted on 1/30/2003 6:19:36 AMReply
RE: Looking For A Study Partner

Hi Heidi

We could set goals as far as the reading and I think knowing that we had each other to discuss things with would help keep us motivated. Do you have any of the instant message programs like ICQ, AOL or MSN?


Rhonda Rush posted on 1/30/2003 5:10:04 PMReply
RE: Looking For A Study Partner

Hi, I'm also trying to study for Life Span. I'm so confused...don't know if I should use the practice exam on the computer or the disk with the book! I feel overwhelmed and don't know what or how I should study. Let me know if you have found any tricks! Thanks. Rhonda

lynniegirl posted on 1/30/2003 5:40:59 PMReply
RE: Looking For A Study Partner


Are you looking for someone to study with or just ideas? I am looking for a study partner. If interested let me know.


jennifer napier posted on 1/31/2003 10:07:29 AMReply
RE: Looking For A Study Partner

Hey Rhonda,

This is Kim I moniter the study forums. All you really need to worry about are the assignment questions. They will cover all the material you need to know for the exam. And it is not necessary that you read the entire textbook, the assignment questions refer you to the important sections in the text that you should read. If you focus on the assignments you'll be fine. Thanks.

firemarshalbill posted on 1/31/2003 12:39:03 PMReply
RE: Looking For A Study Partner

I just started studying for LSD a few weeks ago. It isn't that bad or difficult especially if you have kids - you will have lived alot of what is covered in the sections through young adulthood. Just answer and review the Istudysmart stuff and you will be golden.


Rhonda Rush posted on 1/31/2003 12:44:23 PMReply
RE: Looking For A Study Partner

Thank you everyone for all your help! I'm not really looking for a study partner right now. I have 2 small kids and I just study whenever I can! I'm not really sure how you study on-line with someone. Do you use instant messages or what? I think after I take my first test I'll be more confident just knowing what to expect. I still can't believe that I am finally studying to become an RN. Thank you so much for replying to my message...made me feel a lot better! Rhonda