momudm 1,138 Views
Joined Nov 20, '09.
Posts: 26 (15% Liked)
I'm 52 and in my first year of an RN. And you can never be too old. If you want to do something then do it!!!!
Some of it is multiple choice, proportions, decimals, fractions, story problems. What parts of the hesi2 are you taking?
Thank you joanna73! I know I appreciate and welcome the words of encouragement and good luck on our exam!
I am so glad I found this post! I am 51 years young and start school for RN on Monday! This is something that i have always wanted to do since I was a child. But, I got married divorced and ended up a single mom with three girls to raise. I did that and put them all through school and I'm the proud mother of three college graduates. Now they are making sure I become the same. My biggest worry has been being an "older student" and how to react when discriminated against because of this. Through this post I have read many reasons on why I should do this, why people feel the way they do, and basically that it'll all be ok! Thanks everyone!
Are you still attending? How is it going I will be starting in Sept. would love to hear anything about your experience so far.
I'm trying to write my essay, and can't even find out what is actually required for it. My advisor keeps leaving other peoples messages on my answering machine. So it's worth it right?
It does help and thank you now I know that things seem crazy and it's not me, crazys ok as long as things settle down.
Do you like the program? Is it more organized that when you are in the application process?
Check your message folders ladies if you need the study guides
You can't put your email on this site, it will be blocked
What school are you applying for?
What part's of the test are you guys taking?
I don't have enough posts to PM anyone yet, but will pretty soon, check the link above it's a good study outline sart there
If anyone out there could help it would be greatly appreciated!!!!
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