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  1. nursingstudent6

    Should I go through with nursing?

    @16BitSalt thank you so much for the encouragement and understanding it means a lot I will look into what you said and also discuss it with a counselor. Thank you!
  2. nursingstudent6

    Should I go through with nursing?

    @nznurse93 do you have any recommendations for a profession that would make comparable money? I originally wanted to study psychology but that requires a doctorate, and even then I’d be making $70-100k. Nurses with an associated make $70-$80 in my area and CRNAs make over $200. I’ve researched but can’t find anything similar. I know the most important part of the job is providing good patient care and so far I’ve been doing that, I would never want to hurt anyone or provide subpar care but it just feels tedious and my classmates are all really high strung and stressful. I know the job is stressful so I thought people would have to be more stable in order to handle it?? I knew the patients would be difficult but I thought I’d be able to get support by bonding with my peers like at other jobs. Maybe things are different in other nursing schools or a masters program? I’m just trying to do right by myself, my financial needs, and the patients. Thank you
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    Should I go through with nursing?

    Hi, I'm a first semester nursing student for a two year degree. The program hasn't been too bad so far and it isn't as hard as I expected. I originally picked it because it's stable, the pay is decent, and I have the potential to make good money if I eventually become a CRNA. I enjoy helping people to some degree but since I work in customer service I am aware that most of the time it is a thankless job, which can be a bit depressing. My biggest concern is that I just don't have anything in common with my classmates or professors and I'm not able to connect with them. It's super lonely and I don't want to work in an atmosphere where I don't fit in for the rest of my life. I guess maybe nursing draws a certain personality type and I'm starting to think that it's just not for me? How can I tell for sure? I can handle doing a job I don't particularly enjoy but if I'm not able to at least have a good time with my coworkers I'll go crazy. Any advice would be really appreciated , thank you!
  4. nursingstudent6

    Kaplan Nursing School Entrance Exam

    @princessjazmin777 that’s so weird , i double checked it should be correct. Do you want to send me your contact? I can email you
  5. nursingstudent6

    Kaplan Nursing School Entrance Exam

    @bookish_RN @princessjazmin777 I can’t figure out how to dm either so if you guys want to meet up and study just email me! palavinab@gmail.com i will be taking A&P ll in the fall, I was also told it’s the best way to prep for the exam
  6. nursingstudent6

    Kaplan Nursing School Entrance Exam

    Yea I’m just studying everything over the summer and I hope that A&P ll will help me get more specific. I’d love to form a study group! I’ve been trying to get that going for a while. Is there a way you can dm me your contacts?
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    Kaplan Nursing School Entrance Exam

    Yea I’m just studying everything over the summer and I hope that A&P ll will help me get more specific. I’d love to form a study group! I’ve been trying to get that going for a while. Is there a way you can dm me your contact?
  8. nursingstudent6

    Kaplan Nursing School Entrance Exam

    Yes that’s exactly it. The book is by Kenneth saldin
  9. nursingstudent6

    Kaplan Nursing School Entrance Exam

    I’m using my schools A&P book “the unity of form and function”. Also reviewing dimensional analysis. My tutor says I should be good with that preparation. Im also taking the test in December, good luck to us!!
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