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  1. nursetobequestionmark

    St.pauls school of nursing spring 2019!

    Yeah but they use some third party caller system and I always got a voicemail. I'm at another school now í ¾í´·í ¼í¿»*♀️
  2. nursetobequestionmark

    Online CNA Classes?

    I wouldn't trust any nursing program that's fully online unless it's an RN-BSN.
  3. nursetobequestionmark

    RN, ADN being obsolete

    ASA college in NY? That's technically correct, because in NY's nurse practice act the BSN IS required now within 10 years
  4. nursetobequestionmark

    St.pauls school of nursing spring 2019!

    I applied there 6 months ago and never heard back. I'd look into other schools if I were you
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    lpn ny license to nj

    if you have a BSN you should apply for the BSN here. i believe you just have to take a the NCLEX and show proof of your education
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    2 sciences in one semester

    if there's a will, there's a way :)
  7. nursetobequestionmark

    Denied Nursing School.... Again

    Why don't you find an accredited LPN program? Even if it's a bit further away.... if this is your dream DON'T give up!
  8. nursetobequestionmark

    Getting in with a W?

    W is still better than a WF or a failing grade
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    How I Passed the NCLEX (PN)

    Awesome! Congrats :D
  10. nursetobequestionmark

    sonographer or nurse?

    No, you'd need to major in it. There are sonography AD and BS programs. You should look into those
  11. nursetobequestionmark

    LPN vs CNA??

    LPNs are nurses and CNAs are nursing assistants. Big difference
  12. nursetobequestionmark

    LPN vs. RN

    OP, what did you end up choosing? Just outta curiosity
  13. Really struggling with chem and failing at this point (my school allows me to take certain prereqs in addition to the nursing fundamentals) and I've decided to withdraw and focus on my other classes. I'm not alone, am I? I can't help but think that because I'm failing this one class, even though I got straight As in all my others so far, I'm not going to make it and won't be a nurse. My mind is going to super dark places and really needing some encouragement tonight.
  14. you could get a bachelors and then get another bachelors in nursing, in which case it'd be an accelerated program. nursing schools don't care if you've gone to college before, though. take your prerequisites now and it'll be easier to apply once you're ready.
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    General Ed class grades!!

    Honestly depends on the school. Look at what the admissions criteria and what they're asking for
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