How many of us are 25 - 35 yrs. old? - page 4

I'm just curious....most of the nursing students in my courses are about my age....29 give or take a few I was told that the daytime students are a lot younger. Fatima "RN... Read More

  1. by   LuvaNurse04
    Hey Fatima!

    I just wanted to say to you and to all other fellow students applying to their respective nursing programs for the fall, GOOD LUCK and best wishes! I hope to start seeing all of your posts once you've found out that you've been accepted!
  2. by   MISSPEA19@AOL.C
    Originally posted by RN2bNC
    Well, I'm the old one here! 33, will be 34 when I graduate. I didn't realize the value of an education when I was younger, so I didn't start college until I was about 25, and had two young kids. Better late than never!
    Hi RN2bNC , I'm misspea19@aol I'm 33 as well and you are not the old one here. I'm new to this site. I will be graduating at the age of 34 and I cannot waite. Hope to hear from you soon.
  3. by   MISSPEA19@AOL.C
    Hi my name is misspea19@aol. I'm new to this site. I'm having a difficult time with my care plans , they become harder as you come to the end of the nursing program. Can anyone give me any in site how to tackle them
  4. by   jobear
    I graduated at 34 and my girlfriend graduated at 52 ( check that out!) Better yet, my other girfriend graduated at 34 with a set of triplets, a nine year old daughter, plus she worked full time. Stef
  5. by   MISSPEA19@AOL.C
    Hi jobear,
    That's amazing about your girlfriend who had graduated at 52 years old and the other girlfriend who graduated with the set of triplets, a nine year old and holding down a full-time job. How did they do it but overall they had accomplished their dream and goal. I hope one day to accomplish my dream and goal by graduating from the nursing program that I am attending presently. Hope to hear from you soon.
  6. by   yipididit
    30 y/o due to graduate in 2004.
  7. by   justbegun
    Hey yipididit,

    I am from Faunsdale, AL in Marengo county. Where are you from? I graduate in 2003.

  8. by   yipididit

    about 1 hour north of mobile, but going to school in mobile

  9. by   fnimat1
    How are you all doing? How are you handling your jobs and/or family or just your sanity!!!!!! friend of mine made a comment to me the other day about choosing a career so late in my didn't know 29 was considered to be "late in your life". I feel like life is just beginning for me. After being married for 8 years and having 3 children, I am now able to prioritize many situations in my life. I am more mature now, so my decision to change my education and career goals "so late in my life", is well grounded and thought out....some

    "RN 2B by age 31" (G-d willing*
  10. by   micro
    I forayed onto the student nursing thread.....we are always learning.......
    when I went to school over ten years ago.........I was twenty seven and completed nursing and started working when I was 31........
    now this year my husband will be completin nursing school and will be 45.........
  11. by   SteveB
    Hello all!

    This is my first post here and I would like to say congratulations to everyone who has endured the trials and tribulations of Nursing School. I am 31, have 2 children, one is 3 and the other is 1, and I should graduate (God Willing) in May 2002 with my BSN.
    Thank goodness! Good luck to all of the future nurses here, keep your chin up and strive for the best in all that you do.
  12. by   ladyj
    Just turned 26 yesterday! I appreciate college so much more now than I did when I tried it at age 18!
  13. by   debrawc
    hello all!

    i am 29 dreading turning 30!! I graduated with my Bsn at 23. I don't know if i'd be able to do it if i was just starting now LOL!! Good luck to all of you it will be over before you know it