I'm thinking of using WGU for my ADN to BSN after I get my ADN, would you recommend them or no?hah! My 4th essay got returned for revision. It was based on the 3rd essay--essay 3 described a problem. Essay 4 gave solutions. And while I was cutting things out of essay 3 and rewriting them as solutions, I forgot to modify the thesis. So I had a final line of the first paragraph pointing out the problems, but no sentence summing up the solutions as a thesis. So, it was sent back to me for revision.
Had the thesis in my notepad document with my research. I just forgot to paste it in. Revision sent back in 5 minutes after the essay got kicked back. Now I wait 3 more days for grading.
Don't let it be said that WGU doesn't rigorously check this stuff, no matter how fast I may be blazing through some classes
I don't know anything about their nursing degree. I haven't gotten though the basic classes yet, so i also can't speak to how rigorous the learning is for real stuff.I'm thinking of using WGU for my ADN to BSN after I get my ADN, would you recommend them or no?
The college I went to worked on quarters, so it was only three classes at a time.Checked my WGU app in bed last night. My mentor added 2 more classes to my term. First class: Scripting and Programming - Foundations.
Took that test this morning without even opening the book. Exemplary, of course.
I expect I'll learn some stuff in the last couple of terms. I've learned some stuff already, but have already known easily more than 90% of all of the material I've been skimming over.So are you expecting to learn anything or is this just you testing out of classes until you have a degree?
Nope..that's for network schlubsWhat? No CCNA?
If it makes you feel any better, before I got into software, I did IT at a time that meant hauling around coax for 10-base-2 networks. Which meant we were constantly having to track down network issues because someone unplugged their cable and broke the chain without properly terminating.Yes.