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Difficult to become a male nurse?

AznSkyDragonAznSkyDragon Registered Users Posts: 5 College Search & Selection Champion
edited May 2013 in Nursing Major
I'm looking into becoming a nurse but I'm a male, does that make getting accepted into a nursing school harder or easier?
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Replies to: Difficult to become a male nurse?

  • marybee333marybee333 Registered Users Posts: 10
    edited May 2013
    You still need to have the grades, but there are not many male nurses, so you would be a welcome member of any freshman class.
  • kndc316kndc316 Registered Users Posts: 1 Harvard Champion
    edited May 2013
    There are generally fewer male nurses in college nursing programs, so you would likely have an advantage in the admission process. You still need to have good grades, but it will work in your favor.
  • samiamysamiamy Registered Users Posts: 7
    edited May 2013
    Red carpets are rolled out to the male nursing students, as well as nurse. All things being equal, the male would get the admission. The same goes for employment.
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