Quote from suzie113
I completed 2 years of medical school. I took the USMLE exam twice and wasnt able to pass it. I am considering nursing to stay in the medical field. Is it possible for me to be involved in an accelerated nursing program? I have a BS in Psychobiology from a university in New York. I have done well in all my medical school classes. What should I do?
If you don't want to try, try again, think about CRNA or Cardiovascular Perfusionist. Both have a high level of autonomy, decent salaries ($100k range +/-), peer respect, and keep you hands-on in a technical and medical, problem solving capacity.
Then again, don't give up if you have your heart set on a certain career path.
Some of the best practicing clinical minds I've woked with, both MD and RN...suck at test-taking.
Some of the best test-takers...suck at clinical application.
I once worked with an ER RN who took two times to pass her boards, and barely did so at that. She was the most intuitive, clincally retentive, and intelligent RN I've ever worked with.