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    Quote Originally Posted by alexis243 View Post
    I've decided to go ahead with studying Bach of Nursing, after my daughters oncologist confirmed that she will be finishing chemo/treatment early next year. The light is at the end of the tunnel for her 'nightmare', and we're all ready to move on.
    So good news - shift work will now not be a huge issue.

    Question... I've applied, and due to my current career, my SR is 68, and the cut off for Bach Nursing is 65 at my local uni.
    Do you think that's bad? Is it too close to the cut off? That score is before taking my experience into consideration, I've lodged that and am yet to hear back, but I'm not sure how much difference that will make.

    Did anyone else get in using a selection ranking in QLD?
    I can't help you with your nursing info, but just wanted to say I'm so happy to hear your daughter's treatment won't be the full three years.
    I am a shift worker in a different field and I don't find it too bad. I started off full time, which was very busy, to build up skills, and now work part time. I find it more flexible than a mon-fri 9-5 job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Full House View Post
    I can't help you with your nursing info, but just wanted to say I'm so happy to hear your daughter's treatment won't be the full three years.
    I am a shift worker in a different field and I don't find it too bad. I started off full time, which was very busy, to build up skills, and now work part time. I find it more flexible than a mon-fri 9-5 job.
    In total she will end up with just under 2.5 years of treatment. The final year is counting down now! For a long time I just couldn't see an end in sight. Lately things have really smoothed out and settled for us. And she's looking and feeling much better. Thank you xx


 

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