Published Jun 7, 2005
ive failed my last nursing assignments, i was in year three.
can anyone help
ive failed my last nursing assignments, i was in year three.can anyone help
Sorry to hear that, can you explain a bit more to what has happened? would make it easier to help
Sorry to read about your non completion of your training.
My friend failed in year 3 of his training. After making a few enquiries, he found out that he had enough credits to become an enrolled nurse. Following this he undertook a conversion course to registered nurse.
This took place 10 years ago and I don't know the current status on enrolled nurses. It may take you a little while longer to achieve registration, but if this is your aim may be worth it!
Sorry to read about your non completion of your training.My friend failed in year 3 of his training. After making a few enquiries, he found out that he had enough credits to become an enrolled nurse. Following this he undertook a conversion course to registered nurse.This took place 10 years ago and I don't know the current status on enrolled nurses. It may take you a little while longer to achieve registration, but if this is your aim may be worth it!Good luck
Enrolled nurse training doesn't exist anymore so I doubt they would be able to transfer.
Hey there Lilypod, I am coming up to 3rd year in Sept. We have had a very nice 3rd year join our cohort because of 'a failed assignment'. She is naturally 'gutted' but we have given her support and hopefully she feels welcome. What have the Tutors etc suggested for you ~ keep your chin up and keep going.
All the best,
Don't despair Lilypod. Surely it is possible for you to redeem the situation.
If not....then there are other career choices within or outwith the Health Service which would value your skills and knowledge.
so sorry to hear.
It's my experience that the best things in life first present as adversities. Chalk it up to the fact that there is a divine plan for your life and this was part of it.
The real question is: how bad do you want it? Maybe this is gut check time. Is this really what you want? If that inner voice keeps shouting, YES!, then it's within your reach, even if it takes longer now.
Everytime some disaster like this has happened in my life, I could honestly look back and say 'oh! that's why that happened!' --- and someday you will too about this event. Really. Chalk it up to the secret blessing that it probably is, even if you can't see it in that light yet.
Smile! Life is beautiful and you are still very richly blessed.
Remember, this is only the end of your nursing career if that's you decide that it is.
~keep the faith.
I just wanted to say sorry to hear you've failed. I know what it's like, I've just failed a module at the end of the second year, & hoping I can pass the resubmission.
Have you spoken to the uni? I've found most of the time they are hopeless but if you have problems then they can be helpful. They have when I've problems. I'll also know how you'll feel if you stay on after the rest of your cohort has finished, I took some time away from the course & now the cohort I was in has just finished the course, which I'm finding a little hard. I'm sure there's some reason for this to be happening.
If you want to chat send me a message.
Sorry to hear about your assignment. Have you been to see your tutors? It is in both your interest and theirs to get you through the course. Do you not have a '3 attempts' rule? I know I qualified a long time ago, but we were allowed three attempts before we were 'out'. Are you part of the RCN's ANS - if so, go and talk to their reps, or if you are an RCN member, speak to someone at RCN Direct - they may be able to support you or find someone locally who can.
Good luck, and best wishes! Do let us know how you get on.
RosesrReder, BSN, MSN, RN
So sorry to read about that. Did something happen that might have sidetracked you? Hope you could share a bit more. Either way, best wishes to you and God Bless. :)
It really touched me when i read your message my friend was a student midwife something she always wanted to do and she had only 2 months to finnish her course and failed a module she was so distraught and after 2 more attempts failed therefore, advised to leave the course. This as upset her so much that she has had to have councelling for depression.
I want to stress to you please do not not feel alone this is an excellent website so use it express, your feelings it really does help. You may not feel like this at the moment but you should feel honoured and proud of your self for the care you have given over the years during your many placements plus you will always have the knowledge and skills gained to take you further in the field of nursing.
I wish you all the very best for the future xxx:)
So sorry to hear you have failed your exams. It happened to me also. There is help out there, if you are with a union, either RCN or unison approach them for advice, they were really helpful and appealed on my behalf. Speak with your tutors as well, there may be chance you can go back a group or so. There are ways and means, just don't give up because the nursing school say you have failed.
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