So you’ve decided you want to get your BSN (Bachelors in Nursing). How will you get it? What path will you take? What paths are available? We’ll walk through all the possibilities, whether you’re starting from high school or starting … Continue Reading →
I’m glad you found this page! Please check out my updated guide for students who failed the NCLEX. It has tons of specific, useful information about what to do next. Have you tried and failed the NCLEX recently? It’s hard … Continue Reading →
Here is a summary of facts and data that was published by the NCSBN. I put it in infographic form. Enjoy, and good luck on your NCLEX! If you’re looking for an NCLEX Review, check out our listings. If you … Continue Reading →
There’s nothing like free online material. Luckily, there are tons of free NCLEX websites on the internet. You just need to know where to look! Here is a definitive guide to all things online and free for the NCLEX-RN and … Continue Reading →
Everybody graduates hoping to find a job soon afterwards. Some can get hospital jobs, but many others can’t or prefer not to. Ever wonder what orientation would be like at a nursing home? I’ll share my experience here. My facility … Continue Reading →
Nursing school can be a real pain in the – wait, before I finish that sentence, let me give you some ideas on how to vent about nursing school without getting in trouble. Complain in a bar with your friends. … Continue Reading →
How do you tell between an open-ended vs close-ended PICC, just by looking? I was finishing up my first admission at work yesterday (way past the time my shift ended, may I add), and ran across this problem.
There are so many nursing schools, so many degrees and so many levels of education. Not to mention tuition. How can you tell which ones are quality nursing schools? Here are 8 tell-tale signs to look for.
You’ve always heard inspiring stories of people who work through school and proudly finish with a flourish. It sounds great, doesn’t it? My only advice is that you think twice before trying this.
[xyz_lbx_default_code] For better or worse, nursing school is far different from other classes. In clinicals, the instructors grade you based on their personal observations of your behavior and skill. Here are 10 ways to make sure you get a good … Continue Reading →