I know that my heart belongs to the medical field. Though I am no longer inspired to become an Pediatrician, I know I want to still help people. I wanted the non-clinical side of the field, but I can't find anything that will satisfy me. Therefore, I decided to face my toughest fear and challenge the opportunity to become a nurse. The only thing is I need help. Major help.I just need to know where is the best place to start to do this?
I have been homeschooled for a good portion of life, and then went ot charter school in my High School years. I have a High School Diploma, but I have never taken chemistry, biology, or anything like that! Much less Algebra 2,3, calculus, or physics! I don't know what to do in where to start! I want this very badly. Any advice?
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That's amazing that you're going to face your fears and push onward. I would suggest that you apply to college and try to get into a Nursing program at that college. You can also take core classes such as English or basic Algebra at a local community college to get credits in as you look more into it. Just take it a day at a time. Research your schools and make sure that they can get you where you want to be. Talk to academic advisors. They are a great help.
Don't get overwhelmed! I know that it's a lot of stuff to work around but you can do it!