To start a little about myself:
I have regretedly wasted about 3 years at my community college (entered in 2013) completing an AA. I left highschool with no ambition, no identity, poor confidence and low self esteem, and no clue on what I wanted to do. My selected major was Mass comm with the intention to become a Public Relations Specialist . I then transferred to FIU but then decided to go back to Miami Dade community college for nursing (my dream is to become a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner).
That being said, I turned 22 this month and I am currently enrolled in these courses for the coming spring:
CHM 1033 +Lab
(Later- BSC 2085+Lab, BSC 2086+Lab, and I think an optional MCB)
I know i cannot change the past but im embarrassed abut my situation. I assume that I should have already been done and working by now. If I decided to have started nursing from highschool, I don't think I would be in this current situtation. I still live with my parents and I am not working since I plan on attending full time.
Assuming things go well (get good gpa, pass hesi, get accepted)
I will be 23 years old when I'm able to start MDC's nursing program in 2018 spring.
Is this late? If so, what are some tips on finishing classes as early as possible?