fnimat4 510 Views
Joined: Mar 8, '03;
Posts: 5 (0% Liked)
Fatima (who won't know until Jun 15th if I get accepted or not)
and after I finish my nursing program I plan on looking for a position in N.J. From researching, I've found that the starting salaries for nurses in the tri-state area are pretty good. I was also mapping out my educational goals...I was thinking of going to Seton Hall also...for my B.S.N. and M.S.N....here's a link to help you out.
Stay away from that board...lol. If you feel passionate about being a nurse, you want to help people, and if you want to take care of people....then this is the profession for you. At least that 's how I look at it. I think some of those women chose nursing for the wrong reasons. I don't think I'll regret my decision 10 yrs. from now....hopefully I'll be a nurse practitioner or nurse administrator 10 yrs. from now....and loving it.
Good Luck anyway...although it seems like you won't need it.....with a 4.0 GPA!!! I have to go take the NET for the nusing program at my school on May 1st. I've been studying too...I hope I get accepted....AGAIN...lol. I was accepted for the Fall 2002 class but I was experiencing complications with my pregnancy....so hopefully I'll get in again....I won't know until 6/15/03
And for me it was very hard. With a dh and 3 children...I had to squeeze in time to studay. I had class 4 out of 5 nights per week from 6:40 - 9:20. I think the main thing to do is to study, study, study. Both of these classes have lots of information. I passed both of the classes. I recieved a C+ in Chem. 101. And an A in A & P 1 (as you can tell, I liked this class much more...lol.) But only you know how far you can push yourself.
Fatima (formerly known as fnimat1 on this forum)
Advertise With Us