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:confused: HELLO TO ANYONE OUT THERE THAT CAN GIVE ME SOME ADVICE. I WAS ATTENDING A COMMUNITY COLLEGE NURSING PROGRAM AND I FLUNKED OUT. I AM STILL VERY INTERESTED IN NURSING AND I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF I APPLY AT A UNIVERSITY IS THERE ANY HOPE FOR ME! PLEASE HELP ME.

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live4today works as a RN.

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I suggest you go see an academic counselor who will sit down with you, go over your high school transcript, and your college entrance exams to see where you are the weakest academically.

Once you pinpoint your weak areas, take some remedial classes to build your academic knowledge base so you can strengthen the areas you are weak in.

If you do well with your remedial classes, begin by taking the non-nursing classes: English I and II, Psych Classes (several non-nursing Psych classes required), Sociology classes required, an Allied Health Math, and Speech I and II are just a few of the non-nursing classes that will strenghten you academically in preparation for the subject matter you will need to master in the nursing program.

Take it slow, and tell yourself that you can do anything you give your all to if you want it bad enough! ((((hugs)))) :kiss

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