Nah, it really depends on if you are truly interested in this field. If you are then you should do fine. If you are going to be an RN then you'll have to take college courses before you apply for nursing school and if you already have some titles ie, CNA, LPN, HHA etc this would help. For an LPN you can go to a local technical school. Either way the school is trying on relationships so keep that in mind. Once you finish though you will be a different person. You will be so much more confident and self assured. The available jobs are nearly endless so I hope you give it a go.
It depends on where your dreams point you. Actual R.N.s have to take rigorous courses throughout their career and have a very demanding, but reqarding line of work. There are lesser (as in lower) nurses that do less and make less. In my opinion, choosing or not choosing a career because it's easy or hard is a very poor decision. If you aren't willing to throw yourself in there and make some sacrifices, you'll end up in the mud.
I would like to become a nurse but am afraid that I wont be able to handle it... And since I have two kids people make comments and try to discourage me.. Am looking forward to this..
I have always wanted to be a nurse & I am scared I am not capable. I have heard it's hard!! I am currently at college studying health & social care. I need help to decide!
I'm not very smart, Math kills me but I really want to be a nurse..... Will I be able to make it through college??????