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Is Nursing really that difficult?


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Jasmine’s Answer

Nursing is not a difficult major to study if you study hard and manage your time wisely. The job, on the other hand, is somewhat difficult depending on how you deal with things. The hardest part about being a nurse is time management. I do not get a lot of time for family or free time. I sometimes have to work overtime which makes it hard to balance my sleep schedule. There are also times when the patient or the family is being uncooperative so I have to then try to gain their trust. If you are thinking about being a nurse, then it is important to do some research to find out the layout of nursing school classes and do some volunteering to see if it is a fitting job for you.


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Lisa’s Answer

Hi Jackeline. Yes. Nursing is very difficult. Stressful. Anxiety producing. Overwhelming at times. Nursing is also incredibly rewarding. Not only do you help people and make incredible connections with your patients but the lifelong true friends you make with coworkers peers and colleagues in indescribable. The amazing opportunities nursing affords is second to none. Anything this rewarding is worth every ounce of work to achieve it.


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Taylor’s Answer

Nursing schools are very demanding and the curriculum is difficult. Equally is hard is getting into nursing school. It is critical that students do well in their science courses in order to be successful in their nursing courses.

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