i understand that.
Im sorry i didnt explain myself.
What i really meant was..
"How many years do i have to study to get an ADN for RN", after i become a CNA !?? Or am i just so confused lol
At first i sought out to be an lvn but i need to work now, so my option was cna which i do not mind at all.(: but my goal is to be an rn its like im building a small bridge to my success.
So im wondering if im taking my walk through the right path. (: as to go for cna now and later try for rn. I dont want to spend to many years or money in school so im guessing after cna i should go straight into an rn program...
Instead of doing another year of lvn then like 3 more years for rn.
Do you understand what im saying?