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I am mom of 2 boys going to school to be a RN. I am taking my prereq classes now and hope to start my schools nursing program soon!

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    How long after you apply....

    Here in maryland you do not have to take a test for a CNA, all you have to do is pass a CNA class and summit your information. And wait for you license....
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    when is the best time.......

    Morning.....but I take mine at night/evening
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    How long after you apply....

    Yea i think that i should have done that. I let my program submit it and everyone has their but 3 people. Hopefully i can call on Monday and see whats going on.
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    How long after you apply....

    Thank you for your reply. I am too in MD. How long did it take you to get your temporary license?
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    How long after you apply....

    How long after you apply do you find out if you get your license or not? I applyed for my CNA license and been waiting to see if i got it. I passed the class with an A so i think that i have a really good chance of getting it. So how long did it take to get your license after you applyed? Thank you!
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    How much homework for CNA class?

    In my cna class we have to read about 3- 5 ch a week and that's all. We do a worksheet of 3 question once a week but not for a grade just for a review. And we have a workbook that we can do if we want to.
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    CNA and GNA

    Yes I am in maryland. Where would you take the test? Thank you
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    CNA and GNA

    Hello i am starting a GNA class which i though was the same as a CNA. I got a email for the program talking about the course which to me looks like they are different. The email said: This is a GNA course. It will perpare you to be licensed as a CNA. Then you can take additional testing so you can become certified as a GNA. (CNA=CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT GNA=GERIATRIC NURSING ASSISTANT) I thought that a GNA and a CNA are the same thing just different names. Does anyone know the difference? I looked at some posts on here but am not finding answer. Thank you!
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    CNA plus pre-nursing

    Thank you doublehelix for you great reply .... i still need a&p 1(which i am in) and A&P 2 before i can apply. It wount puch me back any it will and be a loss of money and very hard taking so many classes. I think that it is good for someone who wants to be a RN to start off as a CNA or at least take a CNA class. again thank you!
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    CNA plus pre-nursing

    Thanx for your reply....i would be out $800 for the class and have a withdraw the class would be on m and w and sat and sun so i would have to do sothing with the sat A&P class i would be going to school 6 days a week plus a online class.
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    CNA plus pre-nursing

    hello! i have a big decision to make and wanted some input from other per-nursing students who have maybe been in this place. so i am a pre-nursing student as of right now. i want to take a cna course because i think that it would be good to start off as a cna and so i could work as a cna to get health care experience. i applied for the oct program and was told that i applied to late that i would not be able to get in. so i took math, eng and a&p 1. well i got a call today saying that i was accepted! great new for me but my only problem is that i take my a&p class on sat when i would be in clincles. i was thinking about trying to see if i could get moved into another class which would be 4 days a week. if not i would have to withdraw and have wasted $800(class cost and books)! i don't know what to do me really want to become a cna. today i went out and got all of my shots done (which is very expensive!). i don't know what to do. a little about me. i have two young boys one in school all day and one about to start school half a day, dont work and have a very helpfull husband and mother. so i guess my question is do you think that taking that many class is way to much and i should drop withdraw from a&p and just take my loss. is taking a&p, math,eng and the cna course to much? and is the cna class very hard?
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    A job in the medical field while in nursing school?

    I think that its a good idea. I am going to work as a phlebotomist so that when i go to look for a job as a new RN i have some health care experidence. I think that it would give you a leg up on finding a job. In my opion they would want someone with some health care experidence then someone with out even though it is possible to get a job without any health care experidence. So if you think that you can work and go to school to get your RN i think it is a great idea. Good luck!
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    What would you do? neep opinons

    Me personally would wait a year. I have two kids and would have not wanted to miss their first year. I think that is a hard decision because both being with your baby and becoming a nurse is important. Congratulation on your baby! And good luck on making this tough decision.
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    A & P 1 -- Fall 2010

    Glad to hear you are doing good so far. I am in my 3rd week (go once a week) we been leaning biochemistry. This week we will be talk about ph and bonds more then our first exam! then on to cells I believe. I glad that we learned chemistry because I have never taken a chemistry class. Good luck!
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    Need help with A&P: Neural Integration

    I dont know if what you are looking for is on there, but it is a very helpful website for a&p and has a lot of information. I would think that what you are looking for would be on there. http://www.histology-world.com/ Hopes this helps!
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