November 1, 2010 8:07am CST
Hi, I'm an undergraduate student of Nursing I only have 3 units left in my curriculum but I didn't take it for about 4 years now as I have worked in a Call center industry and currently enjoying my career here. But sometimes I'm thinking of going back to school and finish it. Is it going to be harder for me to finish it since I abandoned it for a while? Anyone here has same experience or has knowledge about it.
23 Nov 10
I you have spare time in your hands, why not contact the school if you are still eligible to go back and take your last 3 units? I'm not sure about your school but there are some institutions who liked to be informed whether you are stopping your education - because the school's / degree's curricula often change and you might have a problem (being an old student) to adapt to that particular curriculum. You can also inquire how many units can be credited if you wanted to shift schools.
1 Nov 10
That's too bad. Only 3 units left! I think you have to go back to the start. I think they already have a new curriculum. I am an RN now but unemployed. But even if that's my status, I don't want to work in a call center because a lot of nurses also got stuck there because of the money. I am sometimes tempted to work there since I need cash so badly. Do try to pursue your studies. A lot of nurses are in need in the year 2020.