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active Feb 11 at 17:46

If I apply to a school and they do not have nursing (only RN nursing), but I want to be a midwife, what should my path be or my next step?

Hello, my name is Nairobi and I am a senior in High school. I go to school in Dorchester, and I have applied to colleges already and have been accepted into my first college choice, which is Framingham State University. They do not have nursing for first year students but have RN courses, which I ca

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active Jan 09 at 16:40

I'm graduating from college in a few months with a 2.6 GPA in Bachelor of Arts in Biology. I've decided to try to go to Nursing School at this point. What should I do to increase my chances of getting in? Is it likely that I would be accepted?

When I graduated from high school I set my goal to go into dentistry. Throughout my undergraduate years I've struggled with keeping my grades up. The main reason why is because after seeing how much I struggled with just passing my first semester of college, I immediately started doubting that I was

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active Dec 15 '14 at 11:41

What does a Hospital Nurse’s life look like outside of work? How much free time do they have? Do the cons of being a nurse take a huge toll on your life outside the hospital?

I am a Senior in high school and will soon be moving on to become a Registered Nurse, and hopefully even specializing further. I found a lot online about a day in the life of a nurse and what that is like, but i was wondering what affect that took on someone's life and how they live outside of the