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How was the transition from paper work to hands on?

I am in high hopes of becoming an anesthesiologist but first I have to get my BSN. #nursing #health #physician #hospital

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I am not 100% certain of what your question is. If you are asking about, what is it like going from paperwork, i.e. schoolwork with books and writing papers and doing quizzes and tests and such, to working directly with people, it IS a transition. You learn so much in class prior to working with people though, that you feel better about it going into it than you do now as an early college student/high school student. I liked clinicals more than class. Sitting in class bored me and clinicals were the tangible portions of class instead of theory or concepts. I enjoy working with people though. I will tell you, it can be a little nerve-wracking because it is so new. I would greatly suggest working in a hospital or volunteering in a hospital prior to nursing school so it is less of a transition. On top of getting used to working with people, you then know with MUCH MORE certainty that working as a nurse is what you want to do. CRNA is a GREAT career goal. Please please please take organic chemistry in college and keep your GPA up!!! That is so important to do

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