If you're too old, I'm too old. I'll be 37 in March and will be starting first year of my nursing degree a few weeks earlier. Given we'll likely be working into our 70s, I'd say now is as good a time as any. I did feel the same as you though, and it was advice from hubbers that made me realise a few years of study is hardly anything in an 80-90 year life.
Definitely not to old. I did SW at uni when I left high school and in my year there was only myself and another girl straight from school. Everyone else was 'mature age' (ie. Late 20's to late 40's) and I have to say that their life experiences just added another rich layer to their studies. I'm now late 30's and wouldn't hesitate to go back to study another course.
Best wishes 😀
The pressure to keep my grades up gets to me at the end of semester. I'm qualifying for honours so far, but I still have 5 units to go.
I have chosen all my electives from the social work degree and I find them a lot more hands on (e.g communication), even though they are theory based at this stage.
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