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How can i start my essay on why i want to be a nurse?

How can i start my essay on why i want to be a nurse? Topic: How to start my application essay
July 18, 2019 / By Abbigail
Question: im trying to get into med school theyre only choosing 24 students out of hundreds of applications, so i need something thats going to really stand out! do you have any reasons on why you want to be a nurse
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Stan Stan | 2 days ago
To start an awesome essay you create an introduction which describes the subject - so u could write what nursing is all about ie taking care of your patients and generally helping people. The last sentence in the introduction u introduce urself into the essay eg "and this is exactly why nursing is my passion, because helping people is..blabla" then all the follow up paragraphs talk in detail about the things u mentioned in short in ur introduction. good luck!
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Stan Originally Answered: A student nurse questions the nurse as to why the patient has 20 mEq of potassium chloride (KCl) in his IV.?
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Otniel Otniel
A good story on WHY you wanted to be a nurse might be a good start, ie. influenced by some nurse that took care of you when you're young?
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Otniel Originally Answered: Associate's Nurse or Bachelor's Nurse?
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Otniel Originally Answered: Associate's Nurse or Bachelor's Nurse?
i does not do an acquaintances degree. maximum hospitals gained't employ you, it takes really a lot see you later as a BSN. in case you advise to then proceed for your BSN, you need to be spending previous familiar time and funds. Take your 60 hours of prereqs at a community college. Then keep on with to a nursing college an get your BSN. there is not many times a huge difference in pay between an ADN and a BSN. they're both RNs. the version is that BSNs can supervise and boost, and many larger hospitals not employ ADNs.

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