The Guys Club: Guy Students Come on In! - page 68
Hi All! I'm a crazy father of 2 ex-premed who just recently turned down Northwestern to go into a RN program. I already have an Associate in Science, but I'll be getting another ADN and then... Read More
Aug 4, '06Hey guys,
Just got accepted to BSN program, starting Aug 21. can't wait. Hope i'm not the oldest one in my class at 35... haha. Keep in touch.
Aug 4, '06after i become a medical assistant i am still trying to decide if i want to go for my lpn or my rn what do you guys suggest what is a good route to go?
Aug 7, '06I'm 57 yo and will finish up a 2 yr RN program in April.
I am a Paramedic and will be looking for a BSN program
Aug 8, '06I start in 2 weeks exactly! 38 here. I'm not old, just experienced! good luck all.
To previous poster...if you have the means RN is the best, but for tight funds then by all means get your LVN and then do a step up LVN to RN program. Psqrd
Aug 25, '06Hello gentlemen. I'm 24 but only a pre-nursing student.Its good to see so many that have made it before me.Very inspirational
Aug 29, '06Hey guys. I just turned 30 August 14th and I am in my senior year of getting my BSN. Congradulations to all you guys that have made it so far and welcome to the newbies.
New guys I strongly encourage you to buy, borrow, whatever....an NCLEX book. THis book will be your bible through out school and a great study guide for your boards (not that far away). Study!!! Nursing school is very tough but manageble.
Don't let the ratio of men to women bother you...do what you do...
Aug 30, '06hellow to all of you big brothers.......
just came from Philippines nursing forum and just found this one...
im a second year BSN youngster.
hope that i can be a big part of this Forum, for us male nursing.
Sep 1, '06good luck guys,
37 yr old white male. i started a 2 yr adn program this past week.
Sep 2, '06Hello everyone 21 and senior year BSN program in PA good luck to all hang in there its worth it in the end. Beleive me i cna se the light at the end of the tunnel
YA MAY 07 GRADUATES!!!
Sep 9, '06Quote from Mr_NurseI sit the NCLEX in Dec 06. I've bought some NCLEX books and now I really wish I had bought them at the start of my program not at the end. I especially liked Kaplan's NCLEX-RN 2007 edition which has a wonderful description of the Nursing Process - better than any other I've read. Having this clear in my mind from the beginning would have been an asset. Also, the NCLEX book breaks down questions by category and this helps narrow down the kind of answer the question is looking for. If you're starting out in nursing school - get yourself this book and other NCLEX books now!New guys I strongly encourage you to buy, borrow, whatever....an NCLEX book. THis book will be your bible through out school and a great study guide for your boards (not that far away). Study!!! Nursing school is very tough but manageble.
Also, check out the http://www.eriworld.com/ web site. This is worth subscibing to if your school does not already subscribe. Take a look. I like that it breaks down the questions by subject area so that (for example) you can take the maternity questions after your maternity rotation (the worst rotation for male nursing students IMHO).