Any others who had to drop out of nursing school and later returned?

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    How was your experience? How long did you wait to return and was the transition easy for you for being out of school for some time? I had to drop earlier this year and I moved from California to France. My husband and I will not be returning to California for another 2 years. When I left, one of the employees told me I had a 5 year opportunity to come back and pick up from where I started (level 3 out of 4 levels.) I was just interested in how your transitions were.

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    How was your experience? How long did you wait to return and was the transition easy for you for being out of school for some time? I had to drop earlier this year and I moved from California to France. My husband and I will not be returning to California for another 2 years. When I left, one of the employees told me I had a 5 year opportunity to come back and pick up from where I started (level 3 out of 4 levels.) I was just interested in how your transitions were.
    I failed a class last year so I guess you could say I dropped. I returned this year in August. It was still a major transition with work and my daughter. But I tell you it's all possible I'm sure they have great schools out in France. Good luck on everything
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    I dropped out in October of 2012 to take care of my father after we found out he had stage IV bone cancer- I will be returning in January '14 and I couldn't be more happy. I wasn't sure this was what I wanted a few years ago, but now I'm 100% sure and committed to becoming a nurse!
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    ive dropped twice. my first semester I got pregnant at thr end of the spring semester, I tried going back that august but they were really rude about it and basicly told me I was wasting my time and theirs so I walked away. I went back to a different school when my son was 6 months old, and had to start over because my credits didn't transfer. then 3 months in I got into 2 car accidents in 3 weeks and we only had a small amount of time we could miss in the entire 15 months and I had used 95% of it from the car wrecks.

    so I started over again this past November at a different school, at first its hard to get back into the idea of studying constantly, but being in school before definitely helped since I had to start completely over I felt it was kind of an advantage that I had that knowledge already


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