Is your major pre-nursing, and do you want to pursue a career in this field after graduation? Pre-nursing students completing pre-requisite courses can do a few things to help prepare for nursing school while they're in school. Let me share with you a few strategies for improving your chances of getting into a nursing program and getting yourself ready for the trip ahead.

Prior to starting nursing school, it's a good idea for anyone contemplating a career in health care to begin planning for the future by devising study plans, practicing for admission examinations, and interviewing for potential nursing jobs. 

The Advice of a Pre-Nursing Student

Create a study routine right now

As a pre-nursing student, this is the time when you learn how to study. You don't want to learn how to do this while you're a student in the nursing program. A fantastic way to learn how to study is through the pre-requisite classes you are taking. Find out what works best for you and stick with it! 

Maintain a high-grade point

When applying for a nursing program, find out what your GPA must be in order to get accepted. Make every effort to do your best in class, and choose lecturers that have a solid reputation. You can improve your GPA by retaking classes or taking easier ones. As a further precaution, make sure to achieve high grades in the required classes

Prepare for the admission examinations now

Make sure you know what kind of exam you'll have to take, how much you'll need to score, and how the institution administers it before applying. Then, months before the exam, begin studying for it by acquiring a study guide. Purchase this specific study guide, for example, if you must take the HESI A2.

Consider working as a licensed nursing assistant on a part-time or per-diem basis.

As a bonus, you'll get a chance to meet new people, learn about the hospital environment, and earn some extra cash. As a pre-nursing student, you'll find that the optimum time to work is now. Your earning potential will be severely curtailed if you are enrolled in a nursing program.

May 10, 2022

Natasha Osei

Passionate Nurse Practitioner | People person

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