I am PreNursing and am working on a paper about a social groups in society, so, I decided to write about nursing students. Nursing students who have been accepted into a nursing program and are experiencing the rigors of large books, clinical, endless studying, you get my drift. I have several questions listed, answer as few or as many as you would like. Obviously, the more answered the better. Before you answer, I just want to inform you that I will need to cite you as a source, but I can use your username. If you prefer, you can send me the information via PM so the whole world can't see how you answered. Thank-you!1)What advice would you give to someone who has yet to be accepted into a nursing program?2)Is there any advice that you were given that you choose to ignore or actually followed? What was this advice and why did or didn't you follow it?3)In what ways has nursing school affected your life socially? 4)If you had to do it over, what would you change?5)What are your favorite aspects of being in Nursing school and what are you least favorite?6)If you have a family (hubby/wife, and kids) how has this affected them/you? 7)How do you balance Nursing school and your family?8)How did you become interested in going into nursing school?9)What type of ancillary products did you purchase to help keep organized? What did you buy that turned out to be useless? 10)(This one may be a sensitive question) How are you managing to pay for your school? Scholarship, loans? 11)Is nursing school costing more/less than you initially projected?12)What can you not live without, that is helping you get through?