Published Sep 12, 2003
Are you all in a hospital program, 2 yr., 4 yr.? Also what semester?
I'm in a 2 year program. I just started the nursing program this sept. When I graduate(God willing), I will get my diploma and associates degree... I'm still overwhelmed with the workload for nursing students...
I go to BCC in paramus NJ...and it's a test day tomorrow (maternal health)
Anyone go Morris County Vo-Tech ?
went there! ...too bad didn't work out though...1 month before graduation i failed OB......you'll be done this summer then?? hopefully i'll graduate this spring at BCC....btw, is Ms Hodge still there? Mc manus? Raley? anyways, good luck on your classes/clinical.
Hey, nice to hear that someone went to my school . Sorry you had to drop it and with 1 mounth to go We have 2 new teachers they're great . We've got 5 guys 14 girls . So far so good .Much luck [i should say skill] in your new school .
wow, classes are getting bigger...when i went there, there were 10 of us to start... and when i bounced a month before graduation, there were only 5 of us...so 4 people graduated that year.
But I'm looking to go to UMDNJ's accelerated BSN program.
Other schools I'm looking at are Rutgers, NYU, Columbia, but Columbia you pretty much have to go all the way to MSN as far as I can tell.
I go to BCC in Florida. I am in my first semester of a 2yr program. Then i plan to go for my nurse anesthetist....
P.S. Anyone in nursing school GOOD LUCK!!! It takes a lot out of you with all those late nights studying !!! But remember in the end it will all pay off!!
Javagirl,my credits are are in alliance with UMDNJ even though I'm in an L.P.N. program at Morris County Vo-Tech. 20 credits only cost 10 bucks each!!! And that includes A&P I&II. I'll be almost halfway to an R.N. gotta love that . So check you're area I know Passiac County offers the same deal .
Have you started the accelerated BSN @ UMDNJ? If so, howz the program there?
hey! no one is talkiing about BSC nursing .what is going on
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