- 1Feb 19, '13 by Motivated82Well it's been a long rocky road and I I continue to press through with graduation in 5 months I can now see the light at the end of the tunnel but all this was possible with Faith and God on my side but for some odd reason it seems that the closer we are the rougher it is getting but our class has been sticking together like glue we help one another but is it just me feeling like the work at the end is harder from when the program first started????
- 0Feb 19, '13 by csoultzI felt the opposite. My last class seemed to be the easiest. Our last class was mother/baby. Our first semester was by far the hardest and that is where we lost the most people. Its exciting knowing that graduation is getting so close. I have to say the worst part for me though was studying for the NCLEX. Its hard to find motivation after you have already graduated! Good luck and hang in there!
- 0Feb 20, '13 by Ella26, ASN, RNGood luck, keep pushing through! I did an LPN program and then went back for my RN right after. I remember feeling like I couldnt see the light at the end of the tunnel, but then it came quick and now its all over. The past 6 years have been a blur. I just graduated LPN -RN (ADN) program in December 2012. It was very hard to study after having graduated, but just push through it and your reward for working so hard is your license number!! I had to keep telling my self, "I have come this far, I still have to give it 100% just like in nursing school." So I set aside scheduled time to study each day, about an hour or two for a month and a half. You CAN do this.Last edit by Ella26 on Feb 20, '13 : Reason: spelling
- 0Mar 4, '13 by katiescowWe graduate in MAY! I can definitely relate. Part of it can be the excitement and anticipation of finally being done getting to you, but in all the fun you can't forget your not completely done YET. Continue to study each day but also give yourself breaks in between sessions to recharge. Just keep on keepin' on! ALMOST THERE!!!