Quote from Punkygrl
I have been lurking here for awhile and just wanted to ask total strangers lol a question!
I have been thinking lately about going to school..... I want a "stable" career.
I was thinking of trying to get into a nursing home so maybe they would pay for CNA training, but I don't want to just wipe buts. I know I might no matter what I go into but that is not ALL I want to do. Then I thought maybe MA which there is a school here that is 9 mos - but then I think there is another school that is like 30 minutes away that offers a 1 year LPN program... so I think sheesh for 3 more months I could try for LPN but honestly I do not feel smart enough to try for lpn =( I took some college algebra in some night courses when my ex was in the army and got a C maybe I should have taken beginners lol but still..... I don't remember ANY algebra, chemistry or biology and that scares me and makes me feel like a total idiot and I don't want to maybe get into a school/college and fail.
I am 45 and everything I have learned in school, even the college courses I took years ago, is fading from my mind now.
So my advice to anyone who takes the time to read this
is what would you do?
That's not too difficult. You should not worry as this happens with everyone. If you are not in touch with your studies then you start feeling that you have forgotten every thing. But don't panic, just go through your subjects again and then you'll find that you can recollect everything. As per your post I think you can choose any career which will guarantee you a job. One such course is sonography technician course. This is of 2 years and after doing this you can directly enter into this profession. If you are not feeling comfortable in attending a college regularly, then you can go for online courses also. Online course may help you because then you can devote some time in going through the subjects that you left a long way back. I had gone through an article which explained the salary, a sonography technician draws every month. I was quite amazed. I would really like to share that article with you. http://www.sonographytechnician.org/...y-technicians/
This is having all information about the universities providing online course in sonography technician and also gives an insight on, how much you can earn after becoming a sonography technician.