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Expediting the Nursing School Acceptance Process



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By : Ann Knapp    99 or more times read
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The new career for many people today is nursing. The driving force for such a large interest in nursing has to do with the job security. This field offers not only job security, but financial gain from higher salaries.

For many displaced workers a career in nursing is the first choice. However, with any life changing decision that has been determined, the next step requires having some type of road map to achieve one's goal.

Finding and preparing that road map can be difficult and frustrating if the person does not have knowledge of reliable resources. Time is also an issue. For many, time is of the essence. Time seems to be an important factor in beginning a second career. First of all the age factor seems to scare deter a lot of people from attempting to achieve their dreams. Age shouldn't be the factor that keeps people from acquiring or trying to achieve their goal. Age should be looked at in a positive light. The numbers are staggering at those entering the nursing field in their thirties, forties and fifties. Even with people in their fifties, they can look forward to twenty years of work if they so choose.

Money is another factor that causes concern for people choosing a second career. A career of even two or three years of study requires at least twenty thousand dollars. With people loosing their jobs and homes, a second career seem almost hopeless. Yet it doesn't have to be.

If the person doesn't know where or how to look for resources, then hope does seem indeed lost. The good news is that there are many resources that grant money for education, which is money that doesn't have to be paid back. Also, there are many different loans and scholarships to help people with their education. These scholarships are available to people who haven't even started school yet. They include scholarships for home makers, displaced auto workers, ethnic scholarships, minority scholarships and many more. The trouble is that this information is not widely publicized and therefore people do not know that it is out there.

Nursing schools, community colleges and universities do not always have all the answers. People can go into a college or university for counseling regarding nursing school and come out feeling more hopeless than when they came in. It is therefore important for people who want to make nursing their next career of choice to do some intelligent foot work prior to just jumping into a college or university. One must spend wisely money that is loaned out or granted on courses. These classes must transfer if necessary and have practical purpose. To be sure, education is always important, but more importantly one has to work smarter not harder, especially if time and money are the limiting factors.

There are many prerequisites that each school has outlined for their individual nursing programs. If someone starts out at one college and decides to transfer to another college, they may find out that their courses, while accredited, do not match the courses needed for the other college. Now, more money and time has to be spent.

For those who are serious about beginning a career in nursing - whether it be their first or second career, they should have their entire road map of the educational process in place before they begin. This will facilitate a smooth and not as stressful two to three years, as well as give the individual a sense of achievement and accomplishment like no other.
Author Resource:- Pass the Nursing Entrance Test the first time with our guide at Nurses Learning Center. Written by a Professor of Education for nurses, the guide has over 600 pages with details answers to every question.
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