I will be going to the Cochran campus for the Fall 2020. I would graduate high school early in Dec. and do the Spring 2020 in Dublin, but I will still be 17 years old and I think I have to be 18. I also don't want to rush this. People have been telling me to enjoy high school while I am here, but this is my second year of college, so I keep like wanting to finally graduate. However, my classes are paid for so that us a plus of being in high school. I would do BSN, but I have to work to afford school.
ER sounds sooooo cool! I have heard many great things about PEDS! It is definitely a good fit if you like children. I feel like I would not be able to do PEDS. I would just hate to see children suffering at such a young age. I know that seeing suffering as an RN is a daily part of their jobs, but seeing someone so young would be tough. However, the children need RN's, and saving them to give them a chance of life would be the best satisfaction. That is another thing that I would like about nurisng. It gives you a personal and moral satisfaction like no other job.
I feel so weird being a guy and feeling so much sympathy for people, but hey, it takes all kinds of people to run the world right.
I am expecting to having to study all the time. That brings me to ask the question. Do you use any other resources to study? Like maybe a review book or certain website? Do you take notes from the book? Something that I have hated in my online college classes is having to take notes from 40 pages because I did not have face to face lectures. It was so hard!
I think you will make a GREAT PEDS nurse! You seem like you have it together and can prioritize your priorities. Thanks again!