Do I have a chance?

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    Hey people. I don't remember anything more stressful than nursing school. I've been dropped but I've been putting in 110% to get back into the RN program. I even volunteered and I'm trying to get a letter of recommendation to be submitted with my appeal letter. I appealed once already and got denied and I can appeal one last time. My counselor was blown away of how committed I am to back into this program, especially when she heard the volunteering part. My appeal letter got denied but I got it revised completely. I've made appointments with all these nursing instructors to discuss how I can improve, attended study workshops, going to see a nursing tutor next week and plus I got an appointment with one of the nursing committee leaders. I'm going to show him my plan to do better. I got questions and answers to what he might ask. I got an nclex book to show him that this is what I'll be using to understand nclex questions. I discussed all my efforts with my counselor and she told me that she never seen anyone this committed. That gives me hope. I feel like I can't do anymore than what I'm already doing. If I can't win this appeal, there's nothing I can do because I've done all that I can. My last resort is to get my LPN, but the question is, will having that licience give me a better chance to get back in the RN program? Also, does anyone else have any suggestions that can help to win my appeal?
    Last edit by Nursing pursuit on Feb 28

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    I don't have any suggestions, but it sounds like you're doing a fantastic job preparing. I really hope it goes in your favor - you're very dedicated!
    Nursing pursuit likes this.
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    Thanks, I hope that the big boss will see that!


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