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  1. Is there any hope in me becoming an RN?

    Also, have you already taken the pre-reqs required for admission to nursing school? Most community colleges ONLY look at your cumulative GPA for those classes only and don't even look at previous courses. You only have one chance to take the science ...
  2. Pay Differences Across California

    They (ADN) seem to be having an even HARDER time finding jobs.
  3. medical assistant

    If you are planning to attend school and/nursing school while working as a medical assistant it is the least flexible job. General hours are 7-3,8-4,9-5 as an example. LVN jobs are slow starting to disappear as I heard they are trying to get rid of t...
  4. Is there any hope in me becoming an RN?

    Whoever is telling you not to forward your transcripts is giving you terrible advice. It is REQUIRED to list all schools attended previously, and it is especially required when you apply to nursing school. I know of a girl being permanently suspended...
  5. Student class Schedule

    The best time management you can utilize is to just always put your homework first. It's easy to get stuck on the couch watching t.v., surfin the web, stay out late, etc.. When I was loaded down with classes, I made sure to complete homework from eac...
  6. RN-BSN-Midwife?

    Volunteering is a great idea! However you REALLY need to speak with the Nursing Adviser at the college you want to attend about their program. You must declare yourself as a nursing major and they will generally tell you what classes you need to take...
  7. Nursing School = Divorce???

    Well I don't think there is a 'yes' or 'no' answer to this question. It really depends on the individual couples situation. HOWEVER, I do know of a few women that have attended nursing school only to promptly divorce their husbands after. May just...
  8. RN-BSN-Midwife?

    "Advanced Standing" means that you have completed all general education requirements and can then apply to your school's nursing program. You must declare yourself as a nursing major when you get to your University. However, just because you are a "n...
  9. Workplace isn't WORKING with me...

    Thank you very much. It was hard, but what isn't in life? Haha If you feel like it's a smart decision for you then I would say go for! Especially if your mom is letting you live at home for free, which is a nice bonus. If my parents were willing to ...
  10. Nursing Application and Admissions

    If all your pre-reqs are complete you could apply to a CSU, but you'll need both HS and CC transcripts if you don't have 60 units and you would still be considered a lower division student. I'm near a CSU and to get into the Nursing Program is tough ...
  11. Workplace isn't WORKING with me...

    I might be the only party pooper, but unless you have little to no bills I would keep your job. Are job opportunities slim in your area? Do you live at home? Not having a job while trying to go to school was one of the biggest mistakes I made. Not o...
  12. I'll be taking Physio and Micro together in Spring as it makes the most sense for me. I have to take Anatomy before Physiology and Chem before Micro and I only have two semesters left.
  13. Online Anatomy & Physiology?? (accredited!)

    As you can see there are quite a few schools that offer the classes online, but just as a thought check with the nursing program you plan to apply to, to see if they are accepted. The schools in my area do not allow online labs for admission to their...
  14. RN-BSN-Midwife?

    You're college is implying that you need to complete at least 60 units in lower division classes before applying for the nursing program to receive your BSN (make sure to complete the required pre-req courses before applying). All colleges require th...
  15. once i finish my associates in nursing science..?

    First, congrats on starting this journey! So I think this semester you have a great class load. If you add more science (especially with labs) you might struggle. And as far as completing those 60 units, that's what's required to transfer to a Nurs...