Age you will/were graduated? - page 13

Im just wondering (If you didnt mind saying) what age you graduated or will be... Im kinda sad how old i'll be when im done..and jw what ages are graduating... Thanks in advance!... Read More

  1. by   RNin2009
    Graduate in 2009 will be 40 but feels 25. :-)
  2. by   NICU_nurse2b
    I graduate in exactly 30 DAYS!!!!! :uhoh21: (a little nervous) and I too could not imagine doing this when I was younger and not as brilliant as I am now.
  3. by   RNLola035
    Graduating this December as well! I'm 24.
  4. by   GeauxNursing
    LVN one week before my 28th birthday! (in Jan. 09)
  5. by   Inland18mempiree
    I'm less than a month away from graduating (RN). I am 23.
  6. by   Nikki The Great
    I will be 32 when I graduate in May 09.
  7. by   Am_Byth
    I graduate May 09 and I will be 24.
    DH graduates May 09 and he will be 37.
  8. by   riverrose
    I was 51 when I completed LPN and within 2 weeks will finish RN at 53. Good Luck and hang in there!!
  9. by   nikki_nurse
    I will be 22 (as of a month) when I graduate in 2010 as a RN! I can't wait.
  10. by   maurabartley
    When I start NS in ADN program Aug '08 I'll be 51...and finish at 53!!! But much better suited now for a RN then when I was younger...
  11. by   Mrs Wms-future RN
    I will be shy of 30 when I graduate in May 09'
  12. by   Shoshannah
    Wow, you folks are so inspiring! Thanks so much for sharing your stories. It's given me some hope. I'm 48 and considering going into nursing. I was concerned that I might be too old. I used to be a medical lab technician (for 17 years). I got burned out and went back to school. Like many I had been dissuaded from going into nursing. On advice from an instructor I got a degree in communication - was told that I could get a job anywhere with this degree. Not so true. So I did what many do - I got my master's in communication. Only thing is that I really want to be a nurse, eventually either a nurse practioner or a nurse educator (I learned while being a TA that I do like teaching).

    But now I feel very strongly about being a nurse. When I visualize working (right now I work for my hubby's business) I can't imagine myself working in any other career. But, my big obstacle is that I've hit the limit on getting any more student loans. I don't know how I'd pay for nursing school and for living expenses while in school. I'm afraid I screwed up that dream by not going for it earlier. If anyone has any ideas/suggestions for what I can do to follow my dream, please let me know!

    Shoshannah
  13. by   ALGMDC
    I will be 22 with my BSN-RN!!!! I am going to be so proud of myself when that day comes!!! every single one of us should be!!!! so excited!!! I will graduate in 2010~~ good luck to everyone !!!

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