Thanks for the congratulation. Well, like all nursing schools
the program is tough but it is doable. Remember, you are completing a typical 2yr program in 1 yr (12 months). Very tough times, yet it flies by so quick, before you realize it is over. This might sound funny to you but if you're a very good reader, retainer and are able to effectively use your time you might be able to work like10 hours a week. I couldn't do it but 2 of my mates had jobs like that. I don't know how they managed it. It can be stressful and overwhelming, but once you get into the program you can make it if you pull your weight.
I looked at UCONN's program (does not award BSN), Quinipiac's (too expensive for me), Yale's (Expensive and no BSN) etc. I chose this program mainly because of the cost. It costs about $15,000. There are some good professors who would want you to succeed. If I were to do it again I might, but will plan it out better.
My encouragement to you is that you make up your mind about the school you want and work hard on the prerequisites for the school. Apply and get started. It would not be long and it will be over.
Before I started this program I looked around this site and other places for anybody who had completed the program. I found none. So I am more than happy to help with information, books etc. I hope this helps. Let me know if you have more questions.