Places to live in Houston?

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    I finally got the phone call every prospective nurse wants to hear... "Good morning ****, are you ready to go to nursing school?" However I am not from the Houston area and do not know the area. For those of you already there, where are the "good" places to live. I will be doing agency LPN work while in school, since I have to take care of my family. I will also be using my GI bill, which will give me some money for housing as well. I just want to make sure I am in a place that is relatively safe, doesn't cost an arm and a leg ($1200 per month is max), and isn't too far of a drive.

    Anyways, since I know it will be asked, my GPA is 2.76, I am a current Army LPN of 7 years, and I got a 97% on the HESI. I also had pretty much all of the general education courses done. For those of you with lower GPA's like mine, study your butt off for the test, it plays a major factor in your admission chances.
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    I would say the med center is not a bad place to start since you are in the middle of everything. Inbox me and I'll give you more information
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    Quote from kurtayn
    Anyways, since I know it will be asked, my GPA is 2.76, I am a current Army LPN of 7 years, and I got a 97% on the HESI. I also had pretty much all of the general education courses done. For those of you with lower GPA's like mine, study your butt off for the test, it plays a major factor in your admission chances.
    I just wanted to say thank you for your service, and congratulations on your acceptance to school! That is awesome.


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