Do you have nursing school tips?

I’m 16, and want to start on a good path towards nursing school. So for all you nurses/doctors/etc, I would really appreciate your honest answers for these questions:
How long have you worked in the medical field?
What do you specialize in?
What is your degree?
Where do you work (Doctor’s office, hospital, etc)?
Do you enjoy what you do?
How long did you go to school?
What kind of classes did you have to take?
What is your least favorite part of your job?
What is/was your least favorite part of school?
What kind of internships did you do?
Where did you go to school?
Did you go back to school expand your degree or specialize in something further?
Are you planning to go back to school?
Are you happy with your decision to become a nurse?
What type of classes and volunteer things did you during high school?
Do you have any recommendations to be able to be accepted into nursing school or get a scholarship?

Thank you so much! Please feel free to add any other information :)

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One Response to Do you have nursing school tips?

  1. Actions speak louder than words says:

    6 yrs
    Geriatrics as my current employment, but as a RN student I’m minoring in Psych
    current CNA going for my Associate’s degree in nursing (RN) with a plan to re-enter college for my BSN a yr after earning my Associate’s
    Nursing Home/In-home care
    yes
    4 yrs so far (some part time tho and of course I had a ton of prerequisites to overcome, first
    English, Math, Chemistry, Biology, Psych, Sociology, Core A elective (I took Philosophy), Physical Education, Nutrition, Community Health, Allied Health, Public Speaking, and probably a few more I can’t think of at the moment.
    I got my CNA training at LGH College of Nursing & Health Sciences. I did my prerequisites at the community college and then transferred back to LGH for my Associate’s degree.