Quote from GivingLove
BlueEyedGuy, for your information, I do read the textbook and I do not party. You have no clue who I am. How can you sit there and judge someone and call yourself a RN? Thanks for your opinion but no thanks. And everyone else, thank you all very much! I am going to look into retaking one of the classes. My school does only look at the gpa of the 5 req'd classes and not your overall gpa. And we are allowed one retake.
1. I'm still a student myself, so I don't call myself an RN.
2. I made some unfounded assumptions about you, but I did not judge you. What I meant to say was more on the order of we all have our personal issues; fix yours.
3. I'm serious about education, because there are plenty or nurses out there would make it through school that I would not want as my nurse (wait until you see it in clinical, scary stuff out there). I'm for excellence in nursing, and I think everyone entering this profession should be trying to get a 4.0 in school. Here's why: You get you license, and all of a sudden all of your colleagues (MD's, PT, OT, speech therapist, etc.) have a higher degree than you. Then he comes the new nurse with the ADN or BSN, and you have to be able to stand up to these people when you have to and tell they they are wrong and stand up for your patient.