Challenges of a nursing student
As a kid, sitting with my sister watching her study for a class to be in the medical profession, made me think, “What would I be when I grow up?” I surely followed in her footsteps. As I am slowly gearing towards nursing, I learned apart from academic and practical training of the profession, the nursing students are exposed to time deficiency to ensure that they can be suitable to handle the challenges of the nursing profession. The first year of your nursing education can be very tough and challenging. It is in this period that you, as a first year student, is molded and prepared to face the challenging profession. They will also get an opportunity to visit a few hospitals to get a feel about the actual work environment and what would be expected on a daily basis. From here, you will be able to tell if this career suits you. In order to qualify for nursing, you are required to take an entrance exam called PAX-RN and Nelson Denny assessment test. From there, you are expected to have finished or concurrently taking prerequisites while attaining a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher. I know that Anatomy and Physiology I and II are very difficult because I will be expected to remember all the muscles and bones of the body. Not only will I have to learn that, but I will be expected to touch a live corpus. Another class that will be difficult for me is Math. You have to be able as a nurse to measure medicine in cc, ml, etc. These subjects will be taught to you that will help you prepare yourself mentally and academically to face the challenges as a nurse. Dedication is needed to fulfill your education dreams. The classes will be long and hard, but there is light at the end of the tunnel.
Practical training encompasses a great deal of psychological energy for nurses. The number one thing to consider is passion. If you are not passionate about what you want to do in life then nothing will ever turn out right. With nursing being hands...
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