Is it too late - page 2

I did two years of studies in accounting and took a break from school. Now i'm looking to go back but i've considered changing my major to nursing. I Just turn 26 and was wondering if it's too late... Read More

  1. by   WDWpixieRN
    Quote from LoriS
    Will be starting nursing school when I am 50...
    Sheesh, I was 51 when I started my ADN program last fall. Age hasn't been an issue at all, but I truly envy those in their 20's and 30's as they will have so much more time to explore all that nursing and the extended options available with this degree has to offer!!

    Go for it!!!
  2. by   jedv#1
    :caduceus:i'm 41, a father of 2 kids, and now a junior BSN. you are never too old to learn. learning is a continuous process. GO FOR IT!!
  3. by   love184em
    it's never too late
    Last edit by love184em on Oct 5, '07
  4. by   love184em
    i am 21 years old. i felt the same way. even though i am pretty young, i wish i started earlier. i have a friend who is an RN and she is only 20! that's because she went to a nursing HS and became an LPN. i am finishing my pre-req's in Jan 08'. But be glad you are doing it now because you have more knowledge about nursing and what field you want to get into so you go right through with no regrets. Nursing takes time and commitment. I applaude those who are older and decided to get into nursing. Keep going!
    Last edit by love184em on Oct 5, '07
  5. by   phoenix72
    Okay, it it's too late for you then it's REALLY too late for me, as I'm 34 and starting new, as well. I'll be just shy of 40 when I graduate. Interestingly enough, I want to get into the same field of you. It's been a dream of mine since I was a teenager. I say go for it!!!
  6. by   bunkindoodle
    26 is not too late to start nursing school. I've wanted to be a nurse since I, however, "life" happened and I never made it to clinical part of nursing school. I start nursing school in January at the young age of 31. Never ever give up on this or think it's too late. My older brother who's been a nurse now for almost 11 years was 32 or 33 when he graduated.

    Sincerely,
    B

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