Published Oct 12, 2003
this is my first post to the discussion board. i found this board last week and i have enjoyed reading many different posts. i am currently taking a & p II and college composition II. i am impatiently waiting for my letter of acceptance to begin my nursing clinicals in january. if i don't get picked for january, i will be waiting until next august. i have been taking classes for one year now and at the ripe ol' age of 41 i am ready to begin my lifelong dream of becoming a nurse. i look forward to spending time on this board.
Welcome to the board time4mydream! Good luck on finishing your prereqs. I to am looking forward to an acceptance letter for the Spring! Best of luck to you!
welcome! You'll find tons of help here!
Welcome! Congrats on beginning an interesting journey. The time will fly! Good luck on getting that acceptance letter!
Welcome! :) We're glad you've joined the family!
Everyone is really nice, and extremely helpful!
nurse2be in ny
I'm 41, too, and taking prereqs this year before (hopefully) starting nursing school in May. You're never too old to pursue your dreams!
S.N. Visit, BSN, RN
Hello! Welcome to the board, and i hope you get that acceptance letter soon! I just started my pre-reqs and can't wait to be in your shoes.
Welcome! I am also waiting for my acceptance letter to start in January. Good luck!
I'm taking A&P 2 and English 2, and Micro. I'm doing the mail box watch about my status for Jan/March nursing program entrance.
Hey "time" nice to have you! You won't believe how great it is here, esp for us "middlers". I'm 41, and done with pre-req's waiting to get in. I will start in the fall. So in the mean time I plan to take a meds class and maybe med terminology. Welcome!!! :biggringi
wonderbee, BSN, RN
Welcome. So you're in the pre-req home stretch. Join us mailbox watchers on our mailbox watch thread or anywhere you like. I'm bummed because today is Columbus day (no mail!). Had school but no mail.
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