Done with nursing school!

  1. Today was my last day of preceptorship!! I can't believe that this journey is finally over, and a new one has begun!!! I also can't believe how much I've learned- but the further I've progressed, the more I've realized I don't know. Hopefully that's a good place to be. On to NCLEX prep for a few weeks, then to join the job search =D Thanks to everyone on allnurses who have been supportive, offered advice, solved conundrums, etc. WOOHOOOOOOOO!
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  2. 14 Comments

  3. by   Brea LPN
    I think you are in a good place. Congrats and good luck!
  4. by   NurseThis21


    And on to the next one. ^_^
  5. by   trinramos
    Congratulations! I still have a year left to go.
  6. by   Cari Turner21
    Congrats PRAYERFULLY I will one day be where you are!!!!! Starting Pre Reqs this FALL!!!!! Wishing you blessing on you TEST!!!!
  7. by   tamadrummer
    First off CONGRATS!!!! Anyone that can make it thorough deserves a big pat on the back!

    I am now in my 5th quarter of 8. I never thought the OB and Peds rounds would be the hardest of the lot. I am dying here.

    Good luck on the NCLEX and if you havent already, buy the saunders NCLEX RN book. Its $40 on Amazon and worth a $1000 in my opinion.
  8. by   NursingN.C
    Congrats I am patiently awaiting my turn
  9. by   Crux1024
    Congrats!
  10. by   BaltimoreHon
    Congratulations!!!!!!
  11. by   locolorenzo22
    saunders got me through the entire 2nd year of NS. congrats and good luck!
  12. by   Charlie10
    Congratulations!
  13. by   Aylin1421
    Yayyyyyyyyyyyy CONGRATS I know how you feel i just finished in May and I am taking the NCLEX next month. CONGRATULATIONS go party celebrate your hard work, not for long you have to study for nclex and if you can take the hurst review i took it and loved it!!! CONGRATS and GOOOOOOD LUCK!
  14. by   SkaterGurl
    Congratulations & Good Luck on the NCLEX!!!!! What an amazing journey, huh?

    I finish this December...taking one summer class to lighten the load, then I'll have two classes, three clinical settings, three finals, one NCLEX, one mini-vaca, then one pinning! (but who's counting?) Then I start my preceptorship!!! Woo-hoo!

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