Oh, now I see clearly.
Hum, so how do you like their program? I've heard good things about it.
Have you taken Advanced Patho-Physiology yet?
And what classes are you taking now? I have been studying nd preparing for my Bpards exam which I will be taking in approx 2 week's. I know in Penn's program the Advanced Patho-Physiology class is the one that weed's people out. As about a quarter of each class fail it and drop out of the program.
I'll never forget it, I never studied so hard and it was 2 semesters long. I tool it in the sommer. sommer 1 and 2, intensive 6 hour classes 4 days per week. I assume your not taking that at this point or you would have mentioned it to me right off the bat, asking me how to survive it.
So have you taken it? Because once you do, it's all down hill from there.
I am proud to say I received a B+ in that class, but that was with many hours of one on one tutering. It's a game changer that's for dam sure.
And for your future motivation interest, by the way I already have a job in Philly, all set up to start once I complete and pass my Boards, this position starts me out at $95,000 a year, then it increases to above $100,000 in year 2. Then it increases yearly from there. Which at that point I will start my own Private practice.
So work hard and be focused and you'll be there too, very soon.
So your a new BSN with no experience. That's OK, 3 of my Psych NP class mates at Penn were also and they (all 3 of them) landed job's that started them out at $110,000. Lucky sucker's. They had to move to the Pocono's area for that position at a new private inpatient Psych hosp.