In my first year of college I was very much undecided in what I wanted to pursue as my degree. I kept switching back and forth from chemistry to bio and bio back to chem. I even contemplated psychology and law. Finally, in my junior year as a chem major with a bunch of random classes on my transcripts I had an epiphany and decided to declare Nursing as my major. I applied to my school's nursing school
and got wait-listed and was extremely worried because I was 22 at the time with no near date of graduation set for me. I applied at another school and fortunately got accepted
I am currently considered a sophomore in the 4 yr BSN program and have heard other students and faculty talk about how nurses and nursing students get to a point where they question if nursing is what they really want to do in life. Striving for a nursing degree is the best choice I've made and I wish I would have known this since day 1...I'm just a slight bit concerned that I too will get to that point of questioning my future in nursing. I really hope not because I want my degree already AND I don't want to feel like I spent over 4 yrs in college for nothing. I don't want to feel undecided again. Also, I am curious if anyone has gone through that feeling of doubt and what might have happened to drive you there or bounce you back into your nursing passion..??