I get so sick of school sometimes!! - page 2

I am sure I am not the only one. I was doing a rough estimate of what all classes I will be taking the next 3 semesters (BSN pre reqs) and it just about overwhelms me to see what all I have to do-... Read More

  1. by   susanmary
    You really need to attend orientation full time, but after that -- you should be able to find part-time work. I completed some BSN pre-reqs while I was going for my ADN. Worked for one year to really get "settled in" then grouped my part-time hours together, used vacation time, and finished up my BSN in one year or so -- took alot of spring/summer/intersession nursing classes. Worked great for me.
  2. by   nicoles
    I just graduated from 4yrs business course here in the philippines and I'll be enrolling in a BSN in one of a medical university here. But I'm laso too scared of the subject that I'll be taking. I already have the subjects and that includes: ZOOLOGY, GEN. INORGANIC CHEM, NUTRITION AND DIETETICCS STRATEGIES OF HEALTHCARE. Gosh I'm afraid I'm really not good in memmorization!
    Is there anyone of you here who eperience the same thing? I hope I can make it into nursing!
  3. by   nicoles
    I just graduated from 4yrs business course here in the philippines and I'll be enrolling in a BSN in one of a medical university here. But I'm laso too scared of the subject that I'll be taking. I already have the subjects and that includes: ZOOLOGY, GEN. INORGANIC CHEM, NUTRITION AND DIETETICCS STRATEGIES OF HEALTHCARE. Gosh I'm afraid I'm really not good in memmorization!
    Is there anyone of you here who eperience the same thing? I hope I can make it into nursing!
  4. by   marilynmom
    Originally posted by susanmary
    You really need to attend orientation full time, but after that -- you should be able to find part-time work. I completed some BSN pre-reqs while I was going for my ADN. Worked for one year to really get "settled in" then grouped my part-time hours together, used vacation time, and finished up my BSN in one year or so -- took alot of spring/summer/intersession nursing classes. Worked great for me.
    Thanks that is good to know. And oreintations I know are variable depending on the department. Thanks again.

    Marilyn

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