My big dream and goal is to be a nurse and be able to spend everyday helping people and making a little difference in the world. I want to be there when people are going through something difficult, and do everything I possibly can to make it even a little bit better for them. I'm so so interested in human anatomy and medicines and the entire process of illness and healing.
But whenever I mention being a nurse to anyone, my family or friends, they say something like "do you know how smart you have to be to be a nurse?!" or "are you going to get the grades to do that!!??" and I think maybe they are right.
I'm about to get my GCSE results next week. I was ill for year ten and missed almost the whole year, so I didn't get to take seperate sciences. I was going too before I was ill though.
I've applied to study level 3 health and social care next year, and then my plan is to go to university after that..
Being a nurse is probably the only career I would want in the health/social care sector. The only other career I could imagine enjoying would be drama related.
Is it a good idea to go through with this course and plan when it's likely I'm not clever enough?! Do you think I am being too ambitious?
Worried I'm not smart enough to be a nurse... :(
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