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Had an Ex-girlfriend who was nursing, she'll be graduating this May. Nursing at USC is one of the most rigorous programs of study. 2 years of Lower Division where you're not even technically in the Nursing school yet, then you apply. She was crazy nervous about getting in and she had a 3.9.
It's getting tougher and tougher to make the cut and get into Upper Division... it's an excellent program.
I don't know ANYTHING about CU's program, but for nursing? He needs to be at the great USofC!
This post was edited by trammer 17 months ago
Nothing wrong with being a nurse. I recruit them and they are in demand. Can start with an ADN to save $ but BSNs make more.
SEC - Iron sharpens iron.
Tell him to be a pharmacist. Much better pay, same gender imbalance (my wife is a pharmacist, and most of her class was female), and none of the stereotype you get with male nurses. Not that there is anything wrong with that. Plus, Clemson does not have a pharmacy program, so you kill 2 birds with one stone.
If he is going to stick with nursing, he may want to do the cost/benefit of starting out at either USC or Clemson when you can start at a tech school to save a bunch of money.
This post was edited by PalmettoLaw 17 months ago
Shouldn't need convincing to attend Carolina. Frankly, with your sidewalk fan, USC tattoo having, tobaccy spittin azz, from some place called Abbeville he would probably fit in better at Clemson anyway.
Well most of our football team needed convincing and they fit in pretty good. Side note I haven't chewed tobacco in roughly 12 years and next time you call out Abbeville I'm gonna make sure you don't make the mistake a third time
you tell 'em bro, I'm from Greenwood originally and half of my family is from Abbeville; railroad money was decent back in the day and pays a a damn good pension.
Gotta live within ear shot of the sheep to use that clemson degree if you want name recognition to help that degree. Spurrier has put USC on the map all over the country.
Warn him that if he goes to Clemson he will have to check out the coeds adams apples. Some of the "girls" might be packing some hardware, if you know what I mean.
"Higher Academia" ha, see #5
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*fit in pretty well.
And I still don't know where Abbeville is. And you will do nothing about it.
There is nothing gay about a man being a nurse. Whatever job you decide you want to do is the best job in the world.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
Internet butt-kickings keep me awake at night. I keep peeking through my blinds.
Ask him if he likes going to camp.
Then ask him if he would like to go to camp for four years.
Tell him to go to midlands tech
My daughter earned her BSN at Carolina. It was extremely difficult. I can't imagine that Clemson would have a harder program than USC. Ninety started out in her class and forty finished - only five with honors. Four of them were cum laude, one magna cum laude, no summas. Many nursing students choose to go to USC Upstate because it isn't as hard as the main campus.
Her ex-husband went to med school at USC. He's now a plastic surgeon.
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