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Can you go from having your associate of arts in health administration to becoming a registered nurse and if so how long will it take?

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if you have at least 5 gcse passes including english, maths you can apply. You need to pass set exams in nursing. As you've exams behind you it should be an advantage. Age experience is also helpful. Talk to oyher nurses to see what the job entails.In 20 yrs it's dramatically changed nurses are now taking on the role of junior doctors. I was a nurse got out on health grounds.Phisotherapy or radiography assistant or radiographers are better paid. Nursing is a 3 or 4 year course. Find further details at your local hospitalls college of nursing. Mental health nursing is excellent for men especially. Women can go into this field also pay is better, you need to be able to cope with depressive patients and mood swings. Good luck! :)
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