#TGIMFF | Nursing: Where Friday isn’t really Friday

#TGIMFF | Nursing: Where Friday isn’t really Friday

 

TGIF?

An acronym that literally has no meaning in the world of Nursing. It’s one of the first rules you should probably learn as Nurse.

Friday ≠ Friday

In fact the mere mention of TGIF invokes quite the response from most Nurses, because the majority of us work shifts, nights, weekends and holidays.

So…. you can shove your TGIF where the sun don’t shine.

Double tap if you feel the same way! 😂🙁 TAG another nurse working over the weekend!

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I decided to create a celebratory acronym that makes a little more sense for all the Nurses out there:

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TGIMFF

Thank God It’s My Fuckin Friday

To all my Nurses out there. If this is your Fuckin’ Friday… enjoy the hell out of it.

Do you agree?

Check out the video below. Click the title, head on over to my Facebook page and leave me a comment.

Warning: I get a bit passionate in this vlog. NSFW. Listen at your own risk

Don’t forget to share the video! If ya like what ya see…. tell someone. Hell, tell someone if ya don’t like it.

As always, thanks for watching and thanks for sharing. I love hearing from everyone.


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-Sean

The infamous 75 question barrier of the NCLEX?

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Who’s idea was it to share this tidbit of information? Every nurse has lived through this torture of knowing ahead of time the “Pass or Fail” golden ratio of the NCLEX.

Oh, you know you’ve heard it.

If the computer shuts off at 75 questions… you most likely passed (meaning you did really well).
If the computer continues on, it doesn’t feel you’ve proven your safe-level of intelligence as an entry-level Nurse.

Some outliers will get all 275 questions because they are a random ‘tester’ for new test questions. Other outliers will have the computer shut off at 75 question.. and fail.. because you performed that poorly. You could say we fixate on that “75 question” unicorn. 

SERIOUSLY.

I would have rather not known this information when I took my NCLEX.

Did I mention, when I took this exam over a decade ago, my computer screen shut off at 100 questions?

Grr.

Check out the video below. Click the title, head on over to my Facebook page and leave me a comment.

Don’t forget to share the video! If ya like what ya see…. tell someone. Hell, tell someone if ya don’t like it.

As always, thanks for watching and thanks for sharing. I love hearing from everyone.


If you haven’t noticed, comments have been disabled on my blog. I would love to hear your comments, questions, and concerns.  So let’s connect. Or drop me a message on Instagram @seanpdent:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I hope to hear from you soon.

 

-Sean