Introduction

  1. Hello
    I wanted to introduce myself to all of you. I am currently in college.I am working on my GED as well as taking some nursing courses.
    I have completed psy,intro to bio,intro to algebra. I am enrolled this semester in Health@Nutrition, intro to chem,Algebra 1 and English comp(required for GED as well as nursing school.)
    When I begin nursing school this fall(I hope) I will be taking A@P @ Nursing 101(Foundations of Nursing Practice)
    spring is nur 102(Medical-Surgical/Psychiatric) A@P2 @ microbiology.
    summer semester medical-surgical nursing

    second year
    Nur 201 (Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing,Intro to Pharmacology
    Spring semester
    Nur 202 (Nursing care of women and children)@ sociology
    How does this compare to your classes?
    Thank you
    Rhona



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  3. by   Rhona
    I just wanted to add that I am a 35 year old mother of two. Any other soon to be Nursing Students?
    Rhona

  4. by   maikranz
    Originally posted by Rhona:
    Hello
    I wanted to introduce myself to all of you. I am currently in college.I am working on my GED as well as taking some nursing courses.
    I have completed psy,intro to bio,intro to algebra. I am enrolled this semester in Health@Nutrition, intro to chem,Algebra 1 and English comp(required for GED as well as nursing school.)
    When I begin nursing school this fall(I hope) I will be taking A@P @ Nursing 101(Foundations of Nursing Practice)
    spring is nur 102(Medical-Surgical/Psychiatric) A@P2 @ microbiology.
    summer semester medical-surgical nursing

    second year
    Nur 201 (Advanced Medical-Surgical Nursing,Intro to Pharmacology
    Spring semester
    Nur 202 (Nursing care of women and children)@ sociology
    How does this compare to your classes?
    Thank you
    Rhona


    How are you in college without having finished your GED?
    Perhaps I am confused--here in NC, the GED is for students
    who didn't graduate from high school. In order to enroll in college,
    students must have that first or a HS diploma (among other things).
  5. by   Rhona
    hello and thank you for your response. I am attending Schenectady County Community College. It is a college that offers a 24 credit GED Program. You earn credits in regular college level courses ;while also earning your GED. It is a wonderful program and one I wish other colleges would offer.I live in NY state. http://www.sunysccc.edu/library/index.html
    this is their web site. It is actually the library site but you can get to their main site from their. I am with luck attending The Ellis Hospital school Of Nursing in Sept.
    Rhona


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