Youngest person in your cohort?

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    Hi y'all.

    I start the first semester of an RN program this semester. I'm a guy, and I just turned 19 in June. What age is the youngest person in your cohort?
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    I have no idea for sure yet, but I think it's me, I'm 19. & I already have an AA degree to boot.
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    We had a few last semester that we're excited for their upcoming 18th birthdays.... Boy did that make me feel old haha!
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    19, oldest around 50
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    Quote from LittleRedOwl
    I have no idea for sure yet, but I think it's me, I'm 19. & I already have an AA degree to boot.
    Me too. Well, an Associates of Science. In the RN program we receive our Associates of Applied Science.
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    19 in my class. They were younger than my oldest daughter
    The oldest was a little older than me, I want to say he was late 40's.
    the class average age was early 30's
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    I'm 18, I'm pretty sure I am the youngest in our cohort. I too already have an associates! I got accepted right after I turned 18, they almost wouldn't let me apply because I was to young!
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    Just curious, how did the rest of y'all teenagers get accepted so young? I started doing college classes as a junior in HS, but I forewent applying to the program for a year so I could work on the requirements for my BSN. My college has a partnership with a local university so I knew what classes I would need.
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    I started taking college classes at 14, my freshman year of high school. I then graduated a year early from High School so after to semesters I was ready for the nursing program.
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    Quote from mdm063
    I started taking college classes at 14, my freshman year of high school. I then graduated a year early from High School so after to semesters I was ready for the nursing program.
    That's great. I had some obstacles. First, I couldn't start doing concurrent enrollment where my classes would be paid for until I was 16. And I couldn't graduate high school early or I wouldn't be eligible for the free classes from being concurrently enrolled. Anyway if we want to continue this conversation we should move to private messaging. I don't want the topic to be closed for going off topic.


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