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Jennie Tells You About the Nursing Program

Jennie is a sophomore nursing major! She has been involved on campus through Student Orientation Services, XOPOC dance crew, and Torrey Honors Institute. The nursing program is one of the most highly sought after majors at Biola. For more information about the nursing program, head to https://www.biola.edu/nursing-department

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I've been a violent here for a solid two years, and I think one of the biggest things that I loved by Bela is the community. Be able, Tio, get involved and get to know people and really just form that family dynamic. Another aspect to that is the professor's as well. They want to see that you're doing well in their classes. On that, your passion about the subject, Teo, Or if you have the challenges that you bring it up, never be afraid to talk to Professor because I know like one time I got office hours and she was giddy when I walked in and because she's just waiting for someone to walk it, they want to see you. So I am a nursing major and nursing majors are known for. Always be in the library and having to do so much homework and studying. Um, so how there's a hundred more is so it's four and a half years. So during pre clinical, you're doing all of your G's and you're doing your four major sciences, which are organic chemistry, microbiology, anatomy and physiology. It's usually about five to ten hours a week, depending on how much work you have. How much studying to do? Um, especially for classes like anatomy, where you're having tio go from muscles or different body systems and things like that that requires a lot more studying. The amount of homework or the amount of city time does very based on class. The professors are more than willing tio guide and help Ada's inside questions or just calm a concern. Um, yeah, those first two, two years and then in your fall semester of sophomore year eyes when you applied for a nickel. So many people were like, Okay, you have to do this this and this and this, But it's basically you take a test. You feelin application you haven't interview, and as long as your grades are where they need to be, then there's nothing to worry about, especially in the interview. They want you to know they truly care that you do best on. We would find out and then the spring semester of sophomore year, Um, whether or not you go got it. Then there's a commissioning ceremony if you did, and it would all start up your studio fall, which is really exciting, um, kind of how clinical work is. They have a lab time, and basically you're taught different techniques and methods. That's all the two and half years, Um, by the third week of clinical is there in the hospital. It's a hard decision because they're so different colleges and you want to find the one that's right for you. Visit campuses, meet with professors, talk with fellow students. Our talk with students on campus, just about what the community is like, what's what's the community that's gonna fit your personality or your learning style? All camps is air different. All cultures are different, and so I find the one that's best for you.