Study Skills for Nursing Students
Nursing students need great study skills, which includes being organized, maintaining patience and avoiding procrastination. Find out how to make nursing school easier with help from a board-licensed practical nurse in this free video on nursing and becoming a nurse.
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If you're in a nursing school and you'd like a better, easier way to go through the process, I'm going to try to help you through that today. I'm Dan Carlson, I'm a nurse. This is study skills for nursing students. First off, make sure organization is a big part of your day. You'll have a lot easier time going through everything when you're organize and everything's right in place for you. Another thing is, don't procrastinate. Don't put things off till next week when they could be done this week. You'll find it's a lot easier to learn about things when you study on a daily basis for less time than when you cram at the end of the week and you remember it better. You'll find that it sticks with you a lot longer than a cramming does. You'll soon forget cramming. But organization skills and that, that's the big one. That's what you're going to want to stick with this. Make sure that you got everything right where you need it, know where everything is and what you're looking for. Another thing that you could do is find study groups, work with them and you'll find other people's way of studying skills and what to do. Patience is a big key, just stick with the, stick with school, try not to work too much outside of school, try to balance your work life, personal life and school life so that you're working everything out. It'll be a lot easier on you and you should be able to get through nursing school fairly easy. I'm Dan Carlson. Thank you.