Can I do It???

  1. 1 Hi, my name is Meredith and I am 22 years old I recently started school, and I am going to be starting my prerequisites. I really want to be a labor and delivery nurse; is there any special things I would have to do to become one. Do you think it is a good idea to take Nutrition, phycology, and Microbiology at the same time????
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    Joined Oct '13; Posts: 1; Likes: 1.

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  4. Visit  Mandy0728} profile page
    I took bio, micro, math, nutrition and lifespan psych in the same semester & I got all As. Plus I have a 7 year old. It's possible!
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  5. Visit  Heathermaizey} profile page
    I'm taking A&P II, micro, math, english comp, and some other college note taking class I have to take. I am doing fine in all of those. Next semester I'm taking psych, sociology, math, and Advanced physiology. I also have a 7 year old. It's doable.
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  6. Visit  carefulcare} profile page
    yes it is as long as you believe and work for it! you can do it! good luck!
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  7. Visit  SE_BSN_RN} profile page
    I would CLEP out of nutrition and psychology, if I were you. Then you can save money and time. Focus on micro.....that's a tough class!
  8. Visit  ArrowRN} profile page
    that seems to be a good class combination. Of the 3 Micro is the hardest, Nutrition is the easiest. If the work load is too hard within the first week, drop psychology before the drop deadline. Classes you dont want to take together are biology, chemistry, microbiology, A&P1, A&P 2 Algebra, statistics (depending on your program requirements). These are all intense time consuming classes that really need A's to be competitive. I just finished my labor clinicals...they rarely, if ever hire new grads on that floor. They say several 3-5 years experience in other areas before getting to labor floor such as med-surg, critical care or icu may be needed, because the nurses there have to know their stuff,, anything can happen. check out to learn about different careers as a nurse.
    Last edit by ArrowRN on Oct 5, '13
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