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How difficult is it to be a registered nurse?


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Greg’s Answer

Hi Pam, My daughter is just starting nursing. It is a Great career. The most important is keeping your grades up. Getting into nursing school is the hard part. Stay determined and don't give up. In the end it will all be worth it.


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Rachel’s Answer

Practicing nursing can be a challenging and fulfilling field. You will need to obtain a 4 year bachelor's degree in nursing. The degree requires some relatively difficult science classes. You will also spend time on clinical nursing rotations. Once you complete your degree, you can practice nursing. This is not a field for the weak of heart. You will be asked to dedicate an enormous amount of time, energy and strength to your patients.

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Richard’s Answer

It is a very challenging profession. Academically, RNs must complete a 4 year degree including clinical rotations.

In practice it can also be difficult: dealing with patients at a very vulnerable time, dealing with difficult family members, keeeping up to date on latest developments inf procedures ormedications.

Finally it can also be physically demanding. Increasingly obese patients need more help transferring to and from hospital beds.

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Emesha’s Answer

Hi Pamela,

No matter what career you choose its going to take hard work and dedication. Stay focused, determined and committed to keeping up your grades. In order to become a registered nurse you will need to get into a nursing program at a university or college, take and pass an exam and obtain a state license. I have provided the link below so that you can take a look at some of the requirements and courses you will need. I hope this information helps good luck.


https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/nurse/registered-nurse


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