luvvball 759 Views
Joined: Nov 30, '04;
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Hey - don't feel bad! I found myself doing the very same thing a few years back when I did it with only 10 weeks of student teaching left
...BUT I found when I gave myself time and really thought things through I found myself going back and completing my Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education WHEN I WAS READY FOR IT -
Give yourself time to heal physically and mentally. If you are truly to be a nurse the choice will come to you and everything will work in your favor.
I wish you the best of luck and may your true wishes come true :angel2:
I just got done taking A&P I and I too can say the recommendations from the previous individuals were very helpful. There are A LOT of good websites out there to help you take practice exams (which I found out through this site - THANK YOU!) but I also recommend hooking up with a good study group if you can. I attempted studying by myself the first half of the semester and struggled...the second half I hooked up with some classmates and improved my grade from a 'D' to a 'B'...
Sometimes hearing other people's perspectives on things really helps solidify the concept...
Hello, you can check HTC in brooklyn park or Eden prairie, they both offer NAR course in the evening. I don't know of any school that offer it on week-end
No...I wish I was though...I am awaiting to hear if I get in for Fall 2005 :wink2:
I am hoping my previous 4 year degree and 6 years of experience in the health care field will help my application some....
I am not attending Inver but Century - I saw something on the Century website about them being joined for the RN progam!?!?
Best of luck to you -
Hi everyone! My name is Tammi...I am current working on my second degree as an RN (first being an elementary educator but with budget cuts in MN not able to find a good teaching job). I have not been accepted into the official RN program at my school at this time but am working towards all the fun prerequisites to apply in February 2005.
Anyone have any good recommendations to boost my application when I apply? It looks like many of you are well established individuals in the field and I thought maybe someone would have some good advice for when applying.
Looking forward to allnurses.com!
I am looking for an NAR class that is offered in the evenings or on the weekends in the north metro - does anyone have any suggestions!?!?! Is that even possible or am I finally going to have to give up my full time job to make this RN dream a reality?
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