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Questions about becoming a registered nurse and hopefully NP?

I'm thinking of starting courses at my local CC to become a nurse, so I have a couple questions: 1) Is it possible to take nursing courses and become RN while working full-time? How long does it take usually? 2) What is the stress level like for a nurse? What type of hours? 3) What is a good way to get my foot in the door to start working after education?

Asked By: yowasup - 6/9/2009
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1) As far as taking general prerequisites depending on your schedule then possibly you could work full-time. The actual nursing courses are a little different because there is a lot to learn plus a clinical rotation component so being able to work at all is almost impossible, but I have known people to work part-time... More
Answered By: Tari17 - 6/9/2009
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