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... Hello everyone. I am currently enrolled in graduate school and I am considering and weighing the idea of going to nursing school. I have a concern though about vaccines. I have been vaccinated my whole life. ... (1 replies)
... from my nursing program. Nursing school can be easy or difficult, just depends on the school and program. My program in the hardest in TN. ... (4 replies)
... I actually was just surfing the message boards and wanted to see what kinds of posts were left here. ... (4 replies)

... finance company and going to a community college since I graduated high school in 2008 to do my prerequisites for nursing. I applied to three different nursing schools and got accepted to a good school here in Texas last fall. I was so excited to get accepted, as was my whole family, especially my dad. ... (1 replies)
... Congratulations" on your upcoming graduation! It encourages me to hear how others make it through nursing because a lot of times people tell you how hard it is and it can make your confidence level go way down! ... (4 replies)
... law that lives in Georgia and is going to Nursing School. He's in his late 30's and has a Masters in Marine Biology. The school he is going to will credit him with his current degree and with one year of required classes, he will be done and have his MSN. ... (7 replies)
... and will be taking some other courses over the summer to help prepare more. Does anyone have any advice or good tips that will help me to be more prepared when I actually start? ... (4 replies)
... When I went to Nursing school to become and RN I was 25-27 but in my class there were people in their 50s. I think if you're healthy why not? When you graduate you will have a good 10-15 years working as a Nurse and build up your pension. Passion for your job will keep you going. Watch your back though I injured myself at 47. Best wishes. (6 replies)
... Nursing and Med school are TWO completely different tracks. ... (4 replies)
... Hi im in the second year too. I have been wondering if i have done the right thing, there is soooooo much work to do and being on placements doing 37.5 hours per week and trying to do all the essays and looking after the children sometimes i feel i have taken on too much. ... (17 replies)
... Just to set the record straight... Most of the people in the Dr. offices are medical assistants, not nurses. ... (17 replies)
Nursing program
Nov 15, 2008
... is not old to be a nursing graduate! I am 20 and my other friend is 18 and we are the youngest people in our current class. My friend who is going to be entering nursing school in January is 27 and will be 28 before she graduates. When it comes to nursing school, you are kinda ahead of the game. ... (3 replies)
... telling you to go to nursing school, age will not matter!!!! ... (5 replies)
... I took statistics, college algebra, dosage calculations and chem 1 and 2. Chem 2 and statistics were the only ones I had any problem with and averaged a B in both of them. As long as you think you can do it and believe in yoruself, you will do great!! (4 replies)
Major: Nursing RN
Dec 16, 2006
... The school that I might be transfering to is does not have an accredited nursing program... ... (26 replies)
... There is much more equipment but thats just to give you an idea. Second off, needles are a piece of cake. ... (26 replies)
Nursing
Oct 14, 2003
... I am proud of your decision on going to nursing school. I am in my last year...whew...and have one small piece of advice. ... (11 replies)
... Well, you said it. You don't have many options if you drop out, and staying in school keeps those loans deferred. ... (3 replies)
... PA which sets guidelines for all PA schools. PA school is similar to an accerated medical school. PAs are taught many of the skill sets that a physician will learn while in residency in order to perform the task on the job. ... (3 replies)
... think your decision. when I ws in school I wanted to quit going into my second year. It was an intense program and what complicated things was that I just got engaged and wanted to get married rather than go to college. ... (17 replies)




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