Hi everyone! I'm new to this site, so bare with me~I'VE GOT QUESTIONS!!
I'm in desparate need of some advice.
I'm 28 years old and I have this burning desire to become a nurse--be it a LPN, CNA, RN or even a MA~which pays less than all of them. The problem is that I haven't been in school since 95. I took a terrible course in Hotel Mngt. and now I'm stuck with a student loan of 4,000 (just a little history).
I read somewhere that I may have to take prerequisites courses to get my mind back on "schooling" track. God knows how long that will take. Anyone have any ideas? That'll mean that I'll be 34 or so when I finally set into my career. Jeeez, that's a long time!
One more thing....
Does Nursing schools allow you to pay as you go? I want to start my career on track, but what's a girl to do when the goverment is following me. lol
Is it really true that you can become a RN in two years?
If so, why even go for the LPN program?
Help me! :kiss