In this bonus episode I’m sharing with you all the tips that have been shared in the Thriving Nursing Students Facebook group when it comes to going through nursing school with ADHD.
And even if you don’t have ADHD, the tips in here are absolute gold for time management and organization, so be sure you don’t miss this one…it’s so good!
Thank you to everyone who shared their knowledge, insight, and experience. I learned so much, and I’m so grateful for you!
-Develop a morning routine with these tips from episode 129.
-Download the free LATTE Template.
-Know when to memorize vs conceptualize with these tips.
–Run sheets can help you have a more organized clinical shift.
One of the keys to success to thriving in nursing school with ADHD is excellent preparation and planning. My nursing school prep course Crucial Concepts Bootcamp can help you get the head start you need! Learn more here.
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