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Class of May 2007!

I know everyone is getting excited....

Where is the class of May 2007 at? Check in here !!

What class are you taking this semester, and what are your plans for this semester?

Any new goals?

I graduate in May!

I am taking Nursing 2020, which is the fifth and final semester of our Nursing curriculum at Mercy School of Nursing, in Charlotte, NC.

It consists of Critical care and Psychology. I'm EXTREMELY excited to start (closer to finishing!), although this break was NOT long enough (even though it was the LONGEST break so far we've gotten... about a month and a few days!).

My goal this semester is to not fall behind the material... and to pass, obviously!

moongirl

Specializes in OB.

Hi!

last semester! Psych, Community, Precepting and Critical Care.

goal-? graduation, Not making an error that gets me booted :chair:

NeosynephRN

Specializes in ICU, PACU, Cath Lab.

Me ME!!! We have High risk..OB and Peds...Critical care...OB and Ped's rotations and two days in home health...plus our preceptorship!! I just want to be done take my NCLEX and move on with my life!!!

OOH OOOH ME!!! I am proud class of May '07! I graduate May 19th, just a day after I turn 25!!

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!

I am already a nurse extern at our local hospital so I assume that I will continue to work there. I'm hoping for ICU, but I would settle for ED. I am currently an extern in the float pool so I have had an opportunity to work in nearly every department so far, with the exception of PACU/OR.

I CAN'T FREAKIN WAIT!!!!

At some point I'll probably end up going on for my bachelor's, but I have been in school nonstop since kindergarden...so I'm ready for a break :-)

Chrissy

AnnieOaklyRN, BSN, RN, EMT-P

Specializes in ED, Pedi Vasc access, Paramedic serving 6 towns.

Me too. I graduate in May 07. About to take a one weeks ethics course :uhoh21: instead of taking it during a whole seemster. 8 hours a day of boringness. It is my last gen ed class though. THen I will start my final semester of nursing school... :balloons: :p :D ME + :biere:= :barf02: :smiley_aa

Swtooth

Hello Fellow Future Grads!!!

I graduate May 4th with my BSN and can't wait!

My schedule is gonna be time consuming but not hard from what I understand:

Portfolio

Community Experience IV

Trends and Issues

Interdisciplinary Study (The science of science fiction is offered)

Practicum

Management

ALMOST THERE GUYS! CONGRATS TO EVERYONE ELSE!!! :nurse:

Hi!

(snip)

goal-? graduation, Not making an error that gets me booted :chair:

Ditto that. Graduate May 3, praying that I don't get "voted off the island" (am I the only one that suspects that this is a "reality show" from time to time? :uhoh21:

Seriously, though, I think we'll make it!

The 1st eight weeks is med-surg 2 (neuro/psych/musculo/integu/etc)

The 2nd eight weeks will be transitions and our preceptorship.

Lord willing, I am due to graduate 5/18/07 :biere:

Ditto that. Graduate May 3, praying that I don't get "voted off the island" (am I the only one that suspects that this is a "reality show" from time to time? :uhoh21:

Seriously, though, I think we'll make it!

:lol2: You got that right!!!! HAHA!

ashleyjean3

Specializes in Emergency Department. Has 4 years experience.

I graduate in may from Presbyterian School of nursing in charlotte. We have ethics and complex adult nursing the first 10 weeks. Then we precept

Technically I graduate in May since I get to walk in May. However, I will still have one more class and a practicum left for summer A. I am taking Psychiatric, community, women's health, peds, and leadership and management.

jb2u, ASN, RN

Specializes in ICU, ER, Hemodialysis. Has 5 years experience.

:yeah: may 12th :yeah:

:w00t: :w00t: :w00t:

:mortarboard: my goal is just to make it! :mortarboard:

good luck class of 2007

Rme4life

Specializes in 66H. Has 2 years experience.

my class has:

community

mental health

preceptor

portfolio has to be turned in

hesi (have to pass to get degree but they will let you walk at graduation without passing).

i am still saying "the plan is to graduate in may". it might be the last semester, but until i have the degree in my hand and passed the nclex, i am just not going to be able to even be close to relief/happiness.

does anyone else have to come up with a heck of a lot of money to graduate? i really should have put some aside sooner.

Ashley,

How do you like it @ Presby? I am thinking of going to Queens for my BSN... the only drawback is the price! I'm @ Mercy, and we have the hospital loan program, so I've been paying about 300$ a semester plus books...

*Andrea*

Has 3 years experience.

Class of May 2007! I am so proud that I made it and congrats to the rest of you!

My schedule looks a little busy this semester, but I am finished with pretty much all of my classes. The only lecture class that I take here at Northern Illinois University this spring is a 16 week NCLEX prep course (where I also get to experience the wonderful HESI exam, yay). I then have my leadership clinical the first 8 weeks and my community health clinical the second eight weeks.

Congrats again to all!

AnnieOaklyRN, BSN, RN, EMT-P

Specializes in ED, Pedi Vasc access, Paramedic serving 6 towns.

Someone... please... save me... I am suppose to graduate this May, but not sure if I can survive teh one week ethics class I am taking. Nothing sucks more than listening to eight hours of talking about ethics, and watching boring movies, and having lots of crappy papers to write EVERY night, plus a group project that we will have 2 nights to do! So I need a life vest to stay a float for the last three days...anyone have one? I would rather right a care plan than take this useless class. I already have my own ideas abot ethics and no class is going to change that, it is just a useless class! Ok sorry I had to vent. I am tired just finished writing one of the two essays I have to do...

Swtooth

Hey! Lord willing i graduate May 5, 2007 at 10am!! I'm taking community, preceptorship on telemetry floor, and senior seminar which includes NCLEX prep. I also have to take a nursing elective so I'm taking the Art of Healing. Then hopefully I can get a job and move to Orlando!!

I graduate in May as an LPN and am going directly back to get my RN. I have tried to work as a CNA in a long term care facility but grew increasingly disgusted with the work ethic of the other aides and their lack of teamwork. I was told that if we were within 120 days of graduation that we could work as an LPN.....does anyone know if that is correct?

NeosynephRN

Specializes in ICU, PACU, Cath Lab.

That is not the way it works in my state!! I would call your state office and ask them!

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