Hello and welcome!
Glad you found this web site.
I firmly believe that you're never too old for any kind of learning. I think you'll find a lot of second career LPN's, RN's and nursing students here. My wife is finishing her last semester as a second career nursing student. She graduates this May! (YEA! :hatparty: ) She is 41 years old, and she is one of the YOUNGER students in her evening class. If you have an interest and a desire for further studies, don't let age hold you back.
When I graduated from nursing college in 1992, I was 32 years old. I was one of the younger student back then. There was one fellow nursing student who, at that time, was laid off as an IBM employee. IBM was "kind" enough to pay for her "re-education" to another career (I think it would have been "kinder" NOT to lay her off, but that's another topic for another forum for another time!
). Anyway, she was 61 when she graduated with me in 1992!! She was also one of the smarter students of the class! I appreciated her drive to learn.
I say do what you need and want to do. Period!
Good luck with your decision. And hope you enjoy the bulletin board!