So after a few years of going back and forth, I have decided I want to pursue an education in nursing. It's something I have always wanted to do, but was afraid it would be too much work, too hard, etc. I told myself I don't care how long it takes, it is something I really want to do.
I was wondering if you have to have your pre-reqs done before you can apply. I called two schools
yesterday but haven't really gotten answers. I plan on taking A&P I this fall. I have most of my others done, so I figure I will take what I have left one semester at a time. Also has anyone applied to more than one school? From what I have heard, the waiting lists are longgg around here, but there are two schools in my area that I plan on applying to.
Thank You for your help!!
Aug 11, '06
Quote from Asklepios
Staff. One was an advisor, one was an assistant in the Advising dept. and one was in the Admissions Office. She seemed the most knowledgeable, and she told me she is one of the people who handle the Nursing admissions, so I tend to give what she said more weight.
I would have guest the advisor knew more about the requirements. At my school, admissions requires you to talk with an advisor that helps you select which classes you should take, at what time. I hope you run into less headaches in the future. I know life itself can be frustrating at times and inconsistent information from people that SHOULD know the answers does not help!
Wish you luck,
Last edit by jb2u on Aug 11, '06