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Is it better to start applying to clincals as soon as possible, even if it means rushing a bit or should one take their time?
I am in a BSN program and I started college right out of high school by giving my entire summer to summer school. I've been in school since then with the only breaks being Winter break and Spring Break. I do feel a little tired as I am not used to gong to school year round so I'm worried that I'll be tiredish when I enter nursing school if I go early; as opposed to being rested and ready.
Okay, so I went to summer school in '06 right after I graduated high school and earned enough hours (a semester's worth) to where I could go to clinicals a semester earlier than if I had just started college in the fall of '06.
I could apply for nursing school early in spring '08 if I go to summer school again this summer. It would sort of be a little rushed I think.
Or I could focus the summer on voluteering and perhaps medical terminilogy self study or something of that nature. I would just simply come back for another fall and spring semester and apply for nursing school the fall of '08.
I'm worried that if I tryto go early I will be rushed and feel tired when I enter clincals. I'd rather be more than ready (whatever that means).
My main decision/concern is, since I have the opportunity to "apply earlier", would it be to my advantage to do so?