Clinical Nurse Personal Statement

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I've thought about becoming a clinical nurse specialist or a registered nurse so during middle school I've been trying to keep decent grades so it wouldn't hurt me in high school and only gotten to electives that will get me credit for high school so I got my career all planned out and I've been very serious and focused on my path to

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