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Well, I go to college full time 17 credit hours (they wanted me to take 20!) and I was working PART time BUT as of right now I will not be which is hard financially because I do not have the time. I was just looking for advice on how to prepare for the interview tomorrow (I will not actually start tomorrow). I am in my last semester which is when you are supposed to do your externship. The reason why I am taking so many classes is because of my messed up college. Like I stated previously, they canceled classes on me numerous times which I was not happy about...messing up my schedules throughout the semesters. So I am stuck taking more than planned (still would of been full time though) my last semester. I have been at this college way too long since 2007 but switched over to this program 2 semesters ago. I also feel like Im taking too much on but there are alot of things that would make it impossible to do it any other way. Whatever I do not know how to do by now, or need more practice on is due to my college and me being alone in my clinical based class a few semesters ago. I am trying hard and just wish they hadnt made things so hard.