answering lots of questions with rationales, a certain book, or review course, etc? I failed the first time and I felt good when I went in. So, I’m scared this time, and want to change up and do something better for preparation. Any advice is great. thanks
Answer by mocha5isfree
When I had to test, just to get into nursing school, I was scared to death, because I had been out of high school for 16yrs and had never been a math whiz anyway. I went to the library and the librarian suggested that I study the book people use to study for their GED. I did, I past, and I’m now an RN. The GED book explained every step in every type of math problem in a very simple an easy way. I found out, that if I had paid attention in math class while in high school, it wouldn’t have been so tortuous.