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Joined Jun 12, '06 - from 'somewhere in Downeast Maine'. Posts: 1,706 (8% Liked) Likes: 223

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  • May 29

    I started nursing school at age 39 - and just completed an MSN, right before my 55th birthday. Go for it!

  • May 29

    Quote from Julius Seizure
    A lot of people go to school part time and work at the same time, but school will take longer. At this point, are you sure that it's worth it?
    I just finished an MSN-FNP at 55. Total of 5 years for BSN completion through MSN. Age is just a number

  • May 26

    Quote from Julius Seizure
    A lot of people go to school part time and work at the same time, but school will take longer. At this point, are you sure that it's worth it?
    I just finished an MSN-FNP at 55. Total of 5 years for BSN completion through MSN. Age is just a number

  • May 26

    Quote from Julius Seizure
    A lot of people go to school part time and work at the same time, but school will take longer. At this point, are you sure that it's worth it?
    I just finished an MSN-FNP at 55. Total of 5 years for BSN completion through MSN. Age is just a number

  • May 26

    I started nursing school at age 39 - and just completed an MSN, right before my 55th birthday. Go for it!

  • May 26

    Quote from Julius Seizure
    A lot of people go to school part time and work at the same time, but school will take longer. At this point, are you sure that it's worth it?
    I just finished an MSN-FNP at 55. Total of 5 years for BSN completion through MSN. Age is just a number

  • May 25

    Quote from Julius Seizure
    A lot of people go to school part time and work at the same time, but school will take longer. At this point, are you sure that it's worth it?
    I just finished an MSN-FNP at 55. Total of 5 years for BSN completion through MSN. Age is just a number

  • May 25

    Quote from Julius Seizure
    A lot of people go to school part time and work at the same time, but school will take longer. At this point, are you sure that it's worth it?
    I just finished an MSN-FNP at 55. Total of 5 years for BSN completion through MSN. Age is just a number

  • May 25

    I worked full-time through RN, BSN and MSN-FNP. Takes some creative scheduling and support of your workplace but it can be done!

  • May 25

    Quote from Julius Seizure
    A lot of people go to school part time and work at the same time, but school will take longer. At this point, are you sure that it's worth it?
    I just finished an MSN-FNP at 55. Total of 5 years for BSN completion through MSN. Age is just a number

  • May 25

    I worked full-time through RN, BSN and MSN-FNP. Takes some creative scheduling and support of your workplace but it can be done!

  • May 24

    Haven't tested yet but will be taking the ANCC FNP exam. I attended a live Fitzgerald review (which was awesome!), have done q-bank but not really impressed with it, and BoardVitals - which I highly recommend. Also using Leik and Fitzgerald's other review book (not the one I got at the review session). Read the first several chapters of the ANCC 2 volume set and have skimmed the rest of the books. I'm in the process of reviewing areas I identified as weaker - ortho is my kryptonite!!! Have done a couple of APEA predictor exams, scoring in the low to mid-80's. Haven't taken the post-exam after the Fitz review yet.

  • May 23

    I started nursing school at age 39 - and just completed an MSN, right before my 55th birthday. Go for it!

  • May 16

    I was a diploma grad, worked for years before I completed a BSN online. Just finished my Masters Degree last Saturday (hybrid course from a brick and mortar school designed for working RNs). A step at a time. Work as an RN, gain valuable experience. Take a class at a time. You'll be finished with a BSN before you know it - and will have a couple of years of RN experience as well. Good luck to you.

  • Apr 19

    Exhausted is the only word I can use. 4 weeks til graduation, finally see the light at the end of the tunnel.


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