Its been over five years that I've taken AP. Lately, I have been contemplating whether or not to apply for an associate rn vs. the bsn. I spoke to a Nurse Curriculum Coord. today and they felt that I should retake A&P along with basic algebra, and tech. writing. What do you think I should do? Am I doing a myself a disservice if I don't retake these classes. Also is it feasible for me to work full time as a flight attendant and attend nursing school? Any suggestions for studying for the Hesi or Net exam? I'm very frustrated
; here I am after 5 yrs with a degree I'm ready to start a career that's challenging yet rewarding feeling like I'm back tracking. Please help
May 7, '09
Many colleges (mine included) won't accept A&P that is older than 5 years. Anyone's opinion on here is going to be just that - an opinion.
Only you and the advisor you spoke with know your GPA, educational background, and the requirements of where you are applying.
As for working fulltime as a flight attendant: how would you work out the logistics of that?? Even if you were back home every night, I'm doubtful but who knows? Maybe your apartment/house is right next to the airport. Maybe you might hear from some other people who have successfully worked fulltime while in nursing school and they can tell you how it worked for them.
Last edit by beejaycee on May 7, '09