I just had a question for all of you who have done this before...
I had all of my prereqs planned out & was good to go & be finished by next spring.. come to find out
its already been 5 years since I graduated high
school!!:stone How in the world did that happen?? Well, I took Eng 101 & 102
in high school & now have to take them again ... Anyways, I will be working
40 hours a week, have church obligations on Thurs, Fri & Sunday.. and now
I think I will have to tack on Eng 101 to Bio 201 & 205 that I was planning
on taking this Fall.. Now I was thinking this would be impossible, but then
I hear about you that are in nursing school (which Im assuming is way
harder) with kids & a full time job, & I think I have to be able to do it!
Has anyone else survived something like this, or am I better of waiting
longer to get into nursing school?
Thanks for the advice!!!
May 31, '07
I personally wouldn't be able to work full time and go to through this, but i see people doing it at my school everyday. Sometimes i wonder if these people aren't robots or something because school is so demanding, and then most of them have demanding jobs that don't care that they are in school and have no flexibility, and then throw in kids on top of that, and a lot of people are taking A&P and micro on top of these core nursing because they did not get them out of the way before hand. But i see it done everyday so it must be doable, just depends on your coping skills and management/prioritizing... good luck!!!
Last edit by tookewlandy on May 31, '07
: Reason: spelling error