How old are you? - page 8

This is very interesting. they(whoever they are) have said that the average age for nursing students is in the 30's. I amcurious to see how true this is. I am going to go to nursing school either... Read More

  1. by   jnicoley
    Sorry, 24
    Originally posted by jnicoley
    I'll be 4 when I graduate in 2005
    hehe! Maybe 24?

  3. by   Lausana
    Aww man, I thought maybe we had a very own "Doogie Houser" in nurse form I had the biggest crush on Doogie, lol.:imbar
  4. by   fnimat1
    Hi Rhona,
    I'm currently 29 and am waiting for my acceptance/denial letter for the Fall 2002 program. I think I'll get in the time I finish my Associates program..hopefully I'll be 31...I then plan to work for a year and pursue my for 2 years and get started on my Master' I amy 37 or 38 by the time I finish my education.....that is without any sidetracks....which life is full

  5. by   nursejws
    I'm 31 and starting my pre-req's June 3. I would like to have those done by the end of the year, but I don't think it will be possible.

    I'll probably be 33 when I graduate in the ADN program. I thought all my questions were answered when I met with the nursing advisor earlier this month, now I'm not so sure.
  6. by   allthingsbright
    I am 29 yrs old (30 in the fall) and will have my ADN by the time I am 33. I am taking evening/wkend LPN classes next fall in a 17 month program, and am working on my ADN stuff right now. Sorta doing things in a round about way! Also, I had kids and have been home for 5 years, put hubby through college, bought a house, etc-so I am getting a late start. Better late than never!
  7. by   tonicareer
    hey, I'm 45 and it makes me feel good that someone was 63 in nursing school. I'm trying to continue my pre-req and get into school the biggest obstacle being money since this is a second degree and jobs where I live are scarce. They need nurses here but most people have no money for school. My daughter is off to college in fall she can get scholarships and aid but not me. Tuition is way up because of budget deficit in my state as a result of 9-11. Any hints from people out there on how to get my daughter to go into nursing? I told her in 2 years she could make 30000 a year and still continue school but she has no interest in nursing. When i graduated high school nurses made next to nothing in wages so I wasn't interested then. There are so many various jobs and educational opportunies in nursing!
  8. by   Y2KRN
    I graduated from nursing school at the ripe old age of 32! With an ADN

  9. by   emtjena
    Hi, I will be 26 in September - I have spent the past 2 years obtaining pre-req's for the ADN program. I hope to start in the upcoming Fall.
  10. by   Lisa2902
    I will be 30-years-old and hoping to be accepted into the RN program at the community college for fall '02. I already have an associate's of applied science in surgical technology which I recievied in '97 at the age of 25-years. I plan, as well, to pursue my BSN sometime after finishing RN.
  11. by   HLopez
    26 year old. Flight nurse for 2 1/2 years
  12. by   RainbowzLPN
    I'm 30, & going to go back to school to become an RN, within the next year.