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    Hi All !!! Sorry to join the forum if you guys think it is too early, but I start nursing school from scratch in January. I am so excited about it!!! I will begin with the Nurse Aide I class at a community college. From there I am going to try to get in the nursing program at another cc to get a two year degree (going for RN). AND then hopefully I will attend ?Barton? to obtain a 4-year. I just wanted to see if anyone had any advice for me. I have already been out of school for 5 years and I'm pretty nervous about going back.
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    Quote from NALASMOM
    Hi All !!! Sorry to join the forum if you guys think it is too early, but I start nursing school from scratch in January. I am so excited about it!!! I will begin with the Nurse Aide I class at a community college. From there I am going to try to get in the nursing program at another cc to get a two year degree (going for RN). AND then hopefully I will attend ?Barton? to obtain a 4-year. I just wanted to see if anyone had any advice for me. I have already been out of school for 5 years and I'm pretty nervous about going back.
    Hello and Welcome to Allnurses.com

    Never to early to join here. You will great advice and support during school and beyond. Great to have you.
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    Welcome to the forum! We're glad you're here. When I decided to go for my ADN, I had been out of school for 17 years The biggest battle I faced was with my self-confidence and believing I could do it. Going back to school turned out to be one of the best decisions of my life. Now, 9 years later I am teaching RN students at the very community college from which I graduated :chuckle Please let us know if there is anything we can do to encourage you as you begin your journey into the wonderful profession of nursing
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    Welcome to the forum! We're glad you're here. When I decided to go for my ADN, I had been out of school for 17 years The biggest battle I faced was with my self-confidence and believing I could do it. Going back to school turned out to be one of the best decisions of my life. Now, 9 years later I am teaching RN students at the very community college from which I graduated :chuckle Please let us know if there is anything we can do to encourage you as you begin your journey into the wonderful profession of nursing
    THANKS FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT!!!


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