Students ask all the time about tips for being successful in nursing school. And while you can view a wide variety of articles on the Straight A Nursing Student website or here on the podcast, I wanted to cover my top 10 tips for new students all in one spot.

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How to use a planner: If you’ve never used a planner or aren’t sure how to tackle this for nursing school, check out this post where I go deep into how to do this step-by-step.

Make sure your study group doesn’t waste your time with these tips.

Crucial Concepts Bootcamp: Enroll in my nursing school prep course to learn time management, organization systems and key foundation concepts so you can thrive in nursing school.

Develop a morning routine: A morning routine can help you start your day more focused and ready for anything!

Read the accompanying article, Ten Tips for the New Nursing Student, here.


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