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... Absolutely not! There was a woman in my graduating class who was 62 when we graduated. She had always wanted to be a nurse, was healthy enough to do it so she did. ... (6 replies)
... I dont think so, I have the same reservation. I have always wanted to be a nurse I am about to become 50. We can do it! ... (6 replies)
... Wow, I'm glad I stumbled upon this thread! I'm going tomorrow to enroll in nursing at a local Community College. ... (7 replies)

... Am I too old to persue becoming a nurse? ... (7 replies)
... I think more and more folks are going back to school later in life. Our country is in such great need of good nurses. If you have a desire to serve the sick and injured, you should do it regardless of your age. ... (5 replies)
... If you already have a BS, it would make much more sense to invest the 2 years and get your BSN. ... (7 replies)
... Under that, it's up to you. ... (3 replies)
... i don't see why you couldn't go back to work as an RN. since you have been out of active practice for the past 7 years, you may need to take a refresher course, e.g. some hospitals or community colleges may offer such refresher courses, especially if there is a nursing shortage in your area. ... (6 replies)
... and is president of her class this year. She's also one of 12 who have been accepted to interview with a major hospital in her hometown of Atlanta. ... (3 replies)
... prerequsits now, I will make my application this August. I still feel rather uncomfortable because the advisor has referenced my age more than once. But I will be making application anyway. ... (3 replies)
... will be 32 when I graduate. I went to LPN with a girl who was 55 or so. Do what makes you happy and if it is nursing, then go for it! there are many kinds out there too. ... (5 replies)
... There are 2 women in my nursing class that are 53 and I work with a lady that is an LPN starting the RN program this fall and she must be at least 58-60. I will have my RN degree December '08 2 months after I turn 47:) (5 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)
... a MA, the more I am leaning toward going on to become a nurse. ... (2 replies)




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