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NMC Revalidation: FAQs

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I've always thought about becoming a Nurse and finally applied last year at age 28 and started my 3 year degree. However, after seeing everything Nurses go through, the content of the degree programme (too much academic stuff, too much self directed study etc) and now this Revalidation process...I am no longer looking forward to the idea of becoming a Nurse. I have made a decision to drop out of the course....I dont feel I can deal with the STRESS that Nurses endure. Maybe things will get better in future and I will apply then, but for now, I have given up. I would love it if Nursing was ''training'' at hospitals from Day 1, rather than all the essays, presentations, research etc. MUCH RESPECT to ALL the Nurses out there, You're troopers! And deserve so much better.

Posted date

9 October, 2016

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8:08 pm

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