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Am very worried now am graduating in few weeks and I just failed my safemedicate exam for the 3rd time for silly mistake. I am dyslexia. and I have passed all my modules with credits the safemedicate is 30 credits and am supposed to be graduating with a 2:1 BSc (Hons) what should I do.... Please any advice I have already gotten a job and will be finishing my uni in few weeks.
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Maybe she/he could offer you some advice as a nurse
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Hey.

Have you spoken to your module leaders / course leader to get an idea of what's happening and how it will effect you?

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Hey.

Have you spoken to your module leaders / course leader to get an idea of what's happening and how it will effect you?
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Yeah I have spoken to her and luckily I contacted the safemedicate team and they are giving me another opportunity to resit the exam
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Yeah I have spoken to her and luckily I contacted the safemedicate team and they are giving me another opportunity to resit the exam
That's great news! Best of luck to you in your resit; study hard!

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what is your difficulty. drug calculations are relatively straight forward.
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I have no issue with drug calculation is always silly mistake like drawing the wrong dose or getting the calculations right and then putting the wrong number of tablets on the basket
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there are some books with similar questions try to get one. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nursing-Dos...1626496&sr=8-2 free if you get prime
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there are some books with similar questions try to get one. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nursing-Dos...1626496&sr=8-2 free if you get prime
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