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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Here are the 14 FAQs most frequently asked. Click on the question for answers from working RNs in Texas.  Check out what they had to say.

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1. Is registered nursing a Great Career Choice?

2. Are nursing jobs available?  Is there much demand for nurses?

3. A nurse told me:  Don't become a nurse!  Was that good advice?

4. What's nursing school like?  Are the courses hard?

5. How long does it take to become a registered nurse?

6. What should I do?  I really want to be a nurse, but my parents and school counselor are discouraging me.

7. I need help funding my education.  Where can I find a scholarship or financial aid?

8. I'm 40 years old.  What chance will I have for success in nursing school and in the job market?

9. What kind of salary can a RN earn?  What's a RN's Work Enviroment Like?

10. Are math skills and science studies important to study and become a RN?

11. Help!  Where can I find nursing info, print materials, RN speakers, Etc.?

12. I'm a guy.  Are there opportunities in nursing for men?

13. Why should I choose a profession where I have to take orders from "another" profession?

14. Where can I find information about health careers other than registered nursing?






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