At 35 yrs old I just figured out what I want to do with my life. After coming to this decision after a long thought process, I have enrolled at FRCC (Front Range Community College) and plan to enter their nursing program. I have a few concerns and a few questions that I am hoping someone on here can answer. I was looking at the classes you need to be placed on the waitlist and determined that I am looking at 4 semesters of school prior to be being placed on the Waitlist because I need 4 Biology courses. Needless to say that was a little disappointing but doable especially because I will be able to go full-time and work only part-time. My main worry is the length of the Waitlist. The school says that it is 1-2 years but I wanted to hear from actual students what their experience has been on Waitlist. I know 35 is young, but if i go to school for one year, then have to wait 3 to get into a program which is another year I will be 40 and just entering the workforce
... I look forward to everyone's responses!
PS- I will getting my CNA this summer so I will have as well