• 20 July 2020
  • 2 min read

My Top Tip For Student Nurses

  • Alexandria Grace
    Student Nurse
    • Mat Martin
    • Laura Bosworth
    • Richard Gill
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Play video: "Studying nursing does take up a lot of time, it is a lot of dedication, a lot of patience and hard work."

If you’re a Student Nurse looking to maximise your productivity, Alexandria’s top tip may help you to keep your focus and get on top of your work.

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Introduction

My Top Tip

Introduction

Hi everyone, it’s Alexandria Grace!

I’m one of the creators for nurses.co.uk and I’m here today to talk about my top tips for my fellow nursing students.

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As we all know, studying nursing does take up a lot of time, it is a lot of dedication, a lot of patience and hard work.

This can be quite tiring, especially now in lockdown, most of us are just doing theory work.

My Top Tip

My top tip for today is just to remember to take your study breaks.

It is ok to want to get everything done in one day just so you can keep on top of your work and keep organised.

But it is important to prioritise your mental health and prioritise how you’re feeling.

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Because if you just smash out all the work in one go, you might not absorb it, it might make you really tired, it might make you overly stressed because you’re pressuring yourself to try and absorb all the information.

Even if its every half an hour, every twenty minutes, ten minutes or however you feel comfortable, take your breaks and it will make a world of difference to your studying ability.

Hopefully that helps you all, thanks for reading.

Let me know in the comments any top tips you have, and what helps you to focus on your studying - let's chat there!

Oh, and please Like this article to let me know you enjoyed it - thank you!

About the author

  • Alexandria Grace
    Student Nurse

I am a Student Nurse specialising in Children’s Nursing, which I have a great passion for. I feel very strongly about equal treatment and care for everyone, as it sets all children and young people up for the best future possible! I create vlogs following my Nursing journey and advice videos to help others along their own journeys too.

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About the author

  • Alexandria Grace
    Student Nurse

I am a Student Nurse specialising in Children’s Nursing, which I have a great passion for. I feel very strongly about equal treatment and care for everyone, as it sets all children and young people up for the best future possible! I create vlogs following my Nursing journey and advice videos to help others along their own journeys too.

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    • Emma Mitchell 6 months ago
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    • Emma Mitchell
      6 months ago

      Hi Alexandria, I'm currently studying KS2 in Maths and English. I shall hopefully be moving onto an acceses course which ... read more

      • Hi Emma! I know of many people who have successfully got onto nursing courses after doing the access course! There’s really no way to measure how difficult or easy it is to get into nursing courses. A... read more

        Hi Emma! I know of many people who have successfully got onto nursing courses after doing the access course! There’s really no way to measure how difficult or easy it is to get into nursing courses. As long as you get the results you need after your access course and you have a strong application and display your desire to become a nurse through your interviews, then that’s all you can do! With the right qualifications and preparation, it’s not as difficult as you may think! I hope that helps.
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        Replied by: Alexandria Dobell