Study Guides for Nursing Students
Nursing students should study by taking notes in class, joining small study groups and having one-on-one discussions with nursing instructors. Find out how to study effectively as a nurse 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 a nursing student and want a better way to go through the nursing program, today we're going to go through that. I'm Dan Carlson. I'm a nurse and this is study guides for nursing students. First things first, you're going to want to make sure to take notes in class; like good notes; don't skimp on that. Take notes so then when you get back to where you're studying, you can look back and see exactly what the instructor was talking about. Join a small study group. It's better to keep it small because, you know, sometimes you don't get your voice heard in a large group and you don't get the full effect. Try to keep a small, quiet, nice space to study in that bow when you're by yourself. Keep TVs off, stuff like that. Use your textbooks. Don't spend a lot of money in your textbooks and never crack them open. A lot of things you can just get away with by asking your nursing instructor, having a one on one with them after class. They can help you through the process as well. But basically, just keep notes, use your textbooks, join a study group and make sure that you have a nice, quiet study area for when you're at home alone. I'm Dan Carlson. Thank you very much.