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I am in the middle of writing my entrance essay. I was wanting to know what would be important points that I should make. This is more of a question for people who have already become Nurses.

The essay is what I feel are the responsibilities and why I have chosen this career. I have 356 words so far, the max is 500. I'd really like to reach that 500 but I don't want to be repetitive so I was hoping for some pointers. Anything you feel would help me get accepted would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you ladies!

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I am in the middle of writing my entrance essay. I was wanting to know what would be important points that I should make. This is more of a question for people who have already become Nurses.

The essay is what I feel are the responsibilities and why I have chosen this career. I have 356 words so far, the max is 500. I'd really like to reach that 500 but I don't want to be repetitive so I was hoping for some pointers. Anything you feel would help me get accepted would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you ladies!

Not all ladies!

Entrance essays are an opportunity for you to express yourself and convey your personality to the admissions office. They make you a person instead of numbers on paper.

There are no right or wrong answers. Write about what is important to you, not to us.

Best of luck with your application.

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Ah, so sorry, I am use to saying "ladies" because I work with all women lol

Thank you for your input!

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You also don't have to go all the way to 500. If you got your point across in 356 words and have good sentence structure, you won't be marked down or anything. Also, when you re-read it, make sure it flows well and you haven't jumped all over the place from topic to topic. Anything that is genuine and coherent will work, and really, is what they are asking for.

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