ABSTRACT: Whether you are a student veterinary nurse or a registered veterinary nurse completing advanced qualifications, you need to get the most out of often brief study time between busy shifts in practice. Unfortunately there are no shortcuts to exam success. There are, however, ways to learn more effectively to get the most from your study time, helping you to feel better prepared for exams. Focusing on two key factors will ensure you are maximising your learning: taking control and keeping the learning active!


Tamzyn Lundy Bsc(Hons) RVN PGCETAQA

Tamzyn qualified as a nurse in 2006 after completing the Bsc(Hons) degree. After years of enjoyment in mixed animal practice, she moved into education, gaining teaching and assessor qualifications, and has worked as a Veterinary Nurse Lecturer and Animal Care Assessor at ProCo NW for the past five years.

Email: thatvetnursegirl@outlook.com

To cite this article: Veterinary Nursing Journal • VOL 32 (01) • January 2017 pp18-21

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