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Joined: Jan 4, '13; Posts: 11 (18% Liked) ; Likes: 4
High School Student; from US

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    I watched that out in theaters yesterday and I was just in awe. That was by far one of the most beautiful tales I have ever heard. I don't have many favorite movies, but that is by far in my favorite movie category. I loved it and the ending made me want to cry.

    Tell me your thoughts!

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    Thank you for all of that. It does seem like a hard job but ever since I was small I've always wanted to help people. Therapy would be just a bit to negative for me so I decided to go for the next best thing when helping save peoples lives. I feel like I owe it to the world to save a few lives out of the ones I've lost. And what better way to do it then by nursing? What specialty did you do? Are there some that are much harder than others? Sorry I ask so many questions... I'm a learner that's for sure! And I know I will need it! I'm excited and ready to get out of high school so I can become a nurse and do something with my life.

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    This is kinda an old story, but after all I've been through with suicide, I felt like I should say it.

    So these radio show guys pranked a nurse serving Princess Kate Middleton into giving out sensitive information. They posed as Kate's mom. She ended up commiting suicide because of the joke. Horrible yes???

    Since suicide has been a major part of my life that story just infuriated me. I also hate practical jokes as well so that was double.

    The punishment I think was far from just. They got radio suspension not a full band. Their twitter accounts were permanently disabled as well. I honestly think they should have at least gotten 1 month to six months in jail. Because this is also not the first joke that has gone a little bit to far. That was one of three. The other two didn't have such a horrible consequence, but they still went a bit over board.


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    Are there any entrance exams involved in being an RN? Or even to be an LPN? If so, how difficult are they and what are the most important things I need to study about? I'm most likely going to be taking anatomy and a second round of biology next year or maybe even the semester after this one. Are there any practice tests I can take? If so, where can I find them?

    Any help would be great.

    Thanks a lot.

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    So I'll be out of high school pretty soon (about a year and a half to go) and I want to know a few things. I've been researching diligently, and I've narrowed down that I want to be either a Travel Nurse, or be in trauma and ER. All of this will be done when I'm an RN. But there were so many types it seemed overwhelming. I realize that pay grade differs from state to state, hospital to hospital but I would like to know an average if you can get one.

    Another thing I was wondering is what do you see on an average workday with the ones I just listed? I'm not squimish so I can handle a little blood and gore. But I would like to know what you see from day to day.

    The last thing I was wondering what kind of schooling one has to go through to become an RN? I'm pretty smart so I think I can handle anything with the right toutering fro math of course!

    Also... I could use a friend to...

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    So I graduate in 2 years to college (more like 1) and I want to be a nurse. I want to know a little more in depth about types of nurses, pay grades, what education is needed, etc. I've been doing some research and the main ones that I'm interested in are trauma nursing, travel nursing, and ER nursing. I am planning on becoming an RN nurse. I don't want to go further than that because I feel like that's too much school...

    Any help would be much appriciated!