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    Quote from PaSsIoN_4_NuRsInG
    Has anybody done the nursing program at PIMA?? If so what do you think. Is it worth it?
    hello my name is Lizbeth I'm currently enrrolled in PIMA I m in CORP it is extremely intense i have trouble memorizing things so i have to study for hours i came to the point were iam like damn is this really worth it is the whole school course is going to be like this? i dont know what to think i have to put all my effort into it i even quit my job. i need advice please help.

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    Sorry you are having such a tough go and doubting your program. Its hard to advise anyone because NS is one of the toughest programs I hear. Which is why I opted not to go to PMI and instead the CC program. That way I could do all my pre-reqs and co-reqs before having to do the core classes.

    What I really wanted to say though was (((( hugs )))) hang in there if you can cuz you'll be an RN sooner than me
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    I find that having more than one NCLEX book helps. They some times can explain things a little better or different than your instructors can and they have plenty of questions and rationales that will help you understand some of the nursing concepts better.
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    Ok so the question I have is... I've got all my pre reqs done, now here comes the waiting and it still will take 2 years to finish at my cc so at PMI do you have to do all the pre reqs again? If you have them all finished can you just do the nursing classes and clinicals ? I just don't wanna wait and need some where to go (school) that isn't to far to drive Tucson is as far as I can go I live in Sierra Vista and I was going to go to the RTP at Pima and passed and go in but didn't wanna drive was having some issues with my kids father and it wasn't the right time. Which the drive is worth it now that I'm so close but yet so far from finishing. I just want a program where I can take the actually nursing courses and be done I dont wanna wait on a list and I dont need to worry about the cost I get FA and then I have scholarships to apply for and usually get them so money isn't a problem just time. Please help any info please thanks so much

    And there are so many scholorships to apply for any college will give you info on them and most ppl wont take the time to get them, my friend got 27,000 for the first 2 semesters and all she did was fill out an app and a ref letter and go the money free and clear.

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