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Could someone of average IQ become an ADN nurse? - page 4

In your opinion, do I hold a chance at becoming a nurse with an IQ of 105, and a strong work ethic?... Read More

  1. Visit  Dewnoharm profile page
    #39 0
    I agree with you totally. I also had to put a lot of effort into my studies in order to do well. I love what I do and find it interesting so that helps to make the effort of learning worth it in the end.
  2. Visit  KindaBack profile page
    #40 1
    Becoming and being a nurse doesn't require an exceptional intellect.

    Being dumb-as-a-stump would probably be an inhibitor but I'm of the opinion that most people have the intellectual chops to handle nursing.
  3. Visit  elkpark profile page
    #41 3
    OP, the fact that you're asking the question implies that you think nurses as a group have higher than average IQs. Where on earth did you get that idea???? I would assume that most of us are of average intelligence. Getting into and through nursing school is more about determination, motivation, and self-discipline than sheer intelligence (same is true of medical school, by the way).