USU Eastern has a testing center, so our instructor tells us what days the test is available and we go take it whenever we want. This is very different from what I'm used to, and I decided to treat it like I have in the past. I decided to go to class, and take the test immediately afterwards.
So, you know what? I did.
I kinda assumed everyone else would do the same, considering this test seemed to be a cake walk. To my surprise, I was the only one asking to take the test right away. Two girls in my class were studying in the hallway, said they wanted to keep studying, so I went ahead and took it all alone. (fine by me, love silence while testing)
So how did my first ever nursing school test go? Awesome.
I credit my success to the fact that I have all my prerequisites done, and worked for a year in a family practice office. The questions were worded to make you think about your options, and used a lot of medical conditions that I was familiar with.
I won't get a grade until Thursday, but for now, I'm feeling oh-so-confident. Go me!