hydra08 934 Views
Joined: Sep 22, '08;
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55,000/yr = >26/hr Not in Oklahoma.
Im in! WOOT! WOOT!
Are you guys kidding me? Nurses in Oklahoma are not adequately compensated. Do you realize you could have gone to welding school, acquired less debt, went to school for about six months and made just as much money? And lets see...after taxes, a carpayment and a house payment, how much money do you have left every month to pay utilities, buy clothes and pay for gasoline? Oklahoma nurses need to demand more money and stop accepting the first jobs that are offered!!
I'm taking online classes for RSU this summer and then starting all my pre-reqs in the fall and then going to apply for 2010 Fall (UGH sounds so far away!!) I lived in Texas, and they had different Pre-reqs, I've been out of school for a year...so I feel really out of it. haha...let me know how it goes for ya'll!! I'm really nervous about it but hope all my classes go smoothly..
When I was looking into RSU I couldn't find anything about it on here! It was frustrating...my RSU post had no replies
actually i would still be doing my clinicals this week...but i got strep! SO i am going to have to make up my clinical week in march. I'm dissapointed BUT i don't have a deadline for when i need my CNA by...so it's all good. I just would have rather gotten everything done.
hope ya like it!! I'm sure you will.
Helllo from Tulsa! i have been looking at nursing programs for quite some time, and I'm in a CNA program right now. I started it because the LPN program i was going to start in the fall needed it. Now i've changed my mind...and have applied to Roger's State University...Does anyone have any experiances?
I have taken a year of college pre-reqs in Texas, So I have
english comp 1
english comp 2
BUT before applying for the nursing program I was going to take (In Fall 2009)
Anatomy and physiology1 (retake it...I got a B and heard admissions are tough...a refreasher in it would be nice)
The College Experiance
and then in the Spring take some classes that will go for my BSN.
Is there any advice? I'm really nervous about admissions as I have heard it is really hard to get into... I have a 8 month old daughter, So finding the right school has been hard. My parents live in Bartlesville so I thought this option might work out well. Or does anyone have any other school (with a BSN program) that they would recommend? Thanks!
i am actually in the program right now! it started feb 2- feb 27.
I feel like it is probably one of the best programs, the 'over prepare' you...i'm not sure there is such a thing though! They make sure you know everything for the test...and for in the real world. I really like the instructors (We have had both the night instructor and i'm in the day class because they had to switch for a day or so) and they are both wonderful.
Some CNA programs are in the time of 2 weeks and this one is in a month. I cannot imagine taking it in 2 weeks...I think that is too much information to cram in...and I really think this program does it just right! They program is not too short..and not too long- therefore they will be producing many great nurses, with a lot of information to make it and or continue on with their education.
Hope you like it!
I just moved to Tulsa from Houston so i'm not familiar on their programs. I was just going to try to jump into an RN program but everything that i have looked into suggests that you have your LPN first.
Has anyone heard anything about the LPN program at Tulsa Tech?? good or bad?? I just want to make sure i'm not wasting my time looking into or getting into heir program.
I'm planning to go all the way to get the BSN after my RN, So i'm not sure what the best route is.
any advice?? thanks.
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