CSN Spring 2011 RN Program - page 19

by Cupcake89121

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Good Afternoon All! I thought it was about time to begin a thread for those applying for entry into the Spring 2011 RN Program at CSN. My big question is: Will you be applying to the full-time or part-time program and with how... Read More


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    Thanks for the input. I have taken A&P I and II at CSN, and am very depressed that I will end up with a C- fore A&P II... Those classes are sooo hard. I also work full time and care for a disabled person. I only have A&P II and Micro to finish before I am ready to apply. I am trying to decide if I should take Micro in the spring and then maybe A&P II next summer at NSC. That way I will still be able to submit my app by Sept. 1st. I don't see how I could possibly take them both in the spring. It's not even really an issue with the academics in passing them but more the time needed for both lecures and labs. You have helped a lot though. Any more thoughts are welcomed. Thanks again .
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    Butterfly-I think you should go for it! Do Micro in spring & A&P 2 over summer! Good luck
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    THANKS..sounds like a plan...
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    Hello everyone! I have a paper to write about nursing and I'm sure you're busy as well but if you'd be kind enough to spare a few minutes of your busy schedule and answer a few questions, I would really appreciate your help. If you are a 1st/ 2nd/ 3rd/ 4th semester nursing student, please answer the following questions:

    1. What are the personal characteristics needed by a nurse?
    2. What are the responsibilities of a nurse and what are the constraints/ restrictions?
    3. What are the educational requirements of a nurse?
    4. What would the world be like without nurses?
    5. What are some misconceptions about nurses?

    Please let me know which semester you're in as well. Thank you!!!
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    Quote from cathy2tay
    Hello everyone! I have a paper to write about nursing and I'm sure you're busy as well but if you'd be kind enough to spare a few minutes of your busy schedule and answer a few questions, I would really appreciate your help. If you are a 1st/ 2nd/ 3rd/ 4th semester nursing student, please answer the following questions:

    1. What are the personal characteristics needed by a nurse?
    2. What are the responsibilities of a nurse and what are the constraints/ restrictions?
    3. What are the educational requirements of a nurse?
    4. What would the world be like without nurses?
    5. What are some misconceptions about nurses?

    Please let me know which semester you're in as well. Thank you!!!
    I would direct this to a major section of this website as this is not the thread to do this in. Questions like #3 should be some pretty easy research for someone to do. I would also make some specific questions instead of those. Ask about a specific misconception that you know of. You will get great answers.
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    Last post here was Jan 2011. It is now almost March 2012. Deadline to apply is March 1 for the Fall semester of 2012. My financial situation just went downhill when my husband lost his job end of November. We are completely behind on mortgage and bills. So I got a ft job with a really good company here in NV "United Health Group." It is also a place where I can be employed as a Nurse. Now that I am going to apply to the program, I'm wondering if I can still do the fast track program and work full-time or would that be suicide. Is it even possible with the part-time program to keep a full time job? (M-F 8 -5) and I have 2 kids on top of that... I don't want to quit my job just after 6 or 7 months and burn my bridges. <br><br>Any advice is appreciated. <br><br>Thanks! MA
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    Last post here was Jan 2011. It is now almost March 2012. Deadline to apply is March 1 for the Fall semester of 2012. My financial situation just went downhill when my husband lost his job end of November. We are completely behind on mortgage and bills. So I got a ft job with a really good company here in NV "United Health Group." It is also a place where I can be employed as a Nurse. Now that I am going to apply to the program, I'm wondering if I can still do the fast track program and work full-time or would that be suicide. Is it even possible with the part-time program to keep a full time job? (M-F 8 -5) and I have 2 kids on top of that... I don't want to quit my job just after 6 or 7 months and burn my bridges. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Any advice is appreciated. &lt;br&gt;&lt;br&gt;Thanks! MA


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