? about student nursing in TN

  1. I am in danger of failing for the second time, this will kick me out of the programs that Tn Board of regents have.

    What are my options of becoming a nurse ,, a private school,

    Or should I become a EMT-P??
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  3. by   ebonygirl34
    [QUOTE=adnstudentnurse]I am in danger of failing for the second time, this will kick me out of the programs that Tn Board of regents have.

    What are my options of becoming a nurse ,, a private school,

    Or should I become a EMT-P??[/QUOte


    Which program are you in?


    Try the LPN program and work your way up from there
  4. by   ebonygirl34
    Can someone please tell me, how for do they go back on on a "background Check" in Tennessee?
  5. by   ebonygirl34
    Is anyone there?
  6. by   eltrip
    I don't recall a background check having been done when I first applied for my license. That was 11 years ago - things may have changed since then.
  7. by   moni rn
    ebonygirl,

    i am sorry, but i don't remember how far back they went. my advice would be to ask the dean of your nursing program.

    sorry that i couldn't help more.
  8. by   nubins397
    Quote from eltrip
    I don't recall a background check having been done when I first applied for my license. That was 11 years ago - things may have changed since then.
    yES THEY DO BACKGROUND CHECKS .. I DONOT KNOW how far back they go though.
  9. by   shirleyTX
    I think its a long ways back. A lot of girls in our program had MIP's(minor in possession) alcohol or what have you, and they all had to fill out specific paperwork for that charge. Needless to say, they all were approved to sit for the boards, so just b/c you have a record doesnt mean you wont get approved, I think it just takes longer, more money, and an indept research of your history. I think its called a declatory form?

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