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  1. Should I stay or should i go?
    Well, it can't hurt to investigate this other opportunity a bit more. I'd go for the interview, tour the unit, ask lots of questions and then decide. Until you're actually offered the job, you don't...
    Feb 27, '10
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  2. jUST took NCLEX 1 HR AGO
    I personally know 3 people who took NCLEX this past month who got 265 and they all passed! If you got the pop-up, you did it!! Congrats!!
    Feb 24, '10
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  3. New Grad going into NICU
    Just wanted to wish you good luck tomorrow! I also graduated in Dec and am starting in a level III NICU on monday. So excited!
    Feb 20, '10
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  4. STILL don't have a job?? Vent here!
    I would definitely change the objective to fit each job. I actually had a manager tell me that if the objective doesn't state "entry level _______________ RN position" (fill in the blank with the...
    Jan 25, '10
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  5. If you cold called nurse recruiters, etc
    I don't know if this is an option for you or not, but one of my instructors from nursing school works at a hospital that I was very interested in, and she contacted the nurse recruiter and told her...
    Jan 25, '10
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  6. NICU in my future?
    I agree a lot with what a previous poster has said about focusing on getting through school. However, I also felt as you did at the beginning of Nursing school that NICU was probably what I wanted to...
    Jan 17, '10
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  7. NCLEX review books
    I primarily used Saunders to study for and pass the NCLEX (just this past week). I also used Saunders to study during nursing school but I had the 3rd edition (the 4th is the most recent one) and it...
    Jan 15, '10
    Forum: First Year After Nursing Licensure
  8. 265 questions for the 2nd time...Got the pop up :)
    WAY TO GO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You will never have to take that evil test again!!! Congrats, you're an RN!!!!
    Jan 13, '10
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  9. Took Test Today,,,did the trick...
    Way to Go!!!!!!!! Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Jan 13, '10
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  10. NCLEX Today...75 Questions...
    Well, just got back from taking NCLEX and if the PVT really works, then I passed!!!! I got 75 questions What did I do to study? Well, I graduated a month ago and did not take Kaplan. I used NCLEX...
    Jan 13, '10
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  11. Looking for LPN school in Colorado
    It may be difficult to be accepted into Regis or CU with a 3.0 in pre-req's...not trying to discourage you, but the competition is very tough. I would apply, but in the meantime see if you can retake...
    Jan 10, '10
    Forum: Colorado Nursing
  12. pre testing support
    Wow, I'm so sorry to hear about all that you're going through! I agree with the previous poster that you need to focus on your FUTURE...and that is what this test will give to you. Think of how much...
    Jan 10, '10
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  13. Passed the NCLEX-RN it is TOTALLY possible!
    CONGRATULATIONS!!! I hope I'll be saying the same thing on Weds (1/13) when I take the test. How nice to have it over with!!! Way to Go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Jan 10, '10
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  14. PASSED NCLEX/RN...yes you can do it !!
    Congrats!!!!!! Thanks for sharing your great news and advice!!
    Jan 2, '10
    Forum: NCLEX Discussion Forum
  15. Gain or Lose Weight?
    I lost 20 pounds the first 15 weeks of nursing school. I had heard about people gaining a lot of weight and it scared me to death because I needed to lose some from having a baby anyway. So I...
    Dec 23, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  16. Concorde
    xtina, Here is the link to info about University Hospital's New Grad Residency program. ...
    Dec 19, '09
    Forum: Colorado Nursing
  17. Concorde
    NCLEX pass rates for both schools are very high, I believe they go back and forth as to which is higher. I know that the Regis accelerated program has an almost 100% first time pass rate. It is...
    Dec 19, '09
    Forum: Colorado Nursing
  18. Concorde
    The Americorps was all done through Regis, they have a specific person there who coordinates everything. About a week after we started school an email was sent out to everyone about an information...
    Dec 16, '09
    Forum: Colorado Nursing
  19. Concorde
    I'm not sure what your definition of a "Fast" degree is, but based on your response we are not talking about the same thing. We are discussing Accelerated BSN programs. Both CU and Regis are...
    Dec 9, '09
    Forum: Colorado Nursing
  20. Concorde
    I just completed the ABSN at Regis, so of course I am biased. However, I didn't even apply to CU because 11 months (Regis) vs. 19 months (CU) pretty much decided it for me. The money you will make as...
    Dec 4, '09
    Forum: Colorado Nursing
  21. Starting Clinical Preceptorship in NICU Sept 3...
    That is fantastic!!! Huge Congrats!!!
    Sep 22, '09
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  22. male nurse sexism? L&D in the ICU
    I haven't read all the replies, but have to say that I find it so odd when a laboring woman doesn't want a male student/male RN present, yet she has a male OB? I guess MD's are more asexual? Sorry...
    Jul 16, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Discussion
  23. clinicals, why are the nurses such *******.
    I agree with this last statement. As nursing students, we are supposed to smile and be okay with whatever treatment we receive. We should be grateful even when being treated like a piece of crap....
    Jun 28, '09
    Forum: General Nursing Student
  24. NICU or L&D?
    Hi! I wanted to get some opinions regarding what aspects of NICU nursing you really like, and if anyone has done L&D how you might compare the two? I have to complete my request for senior...
    Jun 27, '09
    Forum: NICU Nursing / Neonatal
  25. Which is the best route to take for my BSN?
    If you go the CC route, you just have to be prepared to wait around for a long time. I believe the wait is 2-3 yrs. Then you only have an Associate's degree and it will take you even more time to get...
    Jun 23, '09
    Forum: Colorado Nursing


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