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    OT: first test at UH
    hula_dancer73 posted:
    Hi everyone,

    I got my first grade back, at UH. It was a test from the Basic Nursing class and I got an A on it. I only missed two answers out of 50 questions.

    Man, they make it tough. LIke I said I am going to be lucky to even get thru all this.

    I got 4 yrs of this with an added 2 becuase of the neuro science behind it I am taking classes at the same time. I want to work in an EMU someday, but I doubt that will ever happen, but if it does I will be ready for it. I will have to take CEUs every so many yrs to keep with all the changes in medicine and take a special baord which will allow me to work in the EMU. Nursing in there is different than nursing in a regular hospital.

    I live on O'ahu in West Honolulu-GO UH Warriors!

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