Wis. could see a nursing shortage
#1 Jan 26, 2014
Where does a person go to get their RN that does not require you to have an A or B? I was an LVN, and many years experience in nursing, but I ran into the competitive part of trying to be an RN. My A&P instructor went out of his way to get rid of the C students in the class. Basically, no C's allowed and although I have a 3.1 GPA it did not matter to them. They want A students. Does anyone know any other good nursing school that does not destroy your dream by telling you "not good enough?
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