Chancellor's ASN degree

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    I am seriously thinking about doing this.
    I am an L.P.N. and would like opinions about how this program is?
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    Originally posted by B. Henry:
    I am seriously thinking about doing this.
    I am an L.P.N. and would like opinions about how this program is?
    I was an LPN and I graduated from Regent's College using Rue's study aids and was very satisfied with the quality of text books and study guides.I did however have a friend that used Chancellor's and she recieved decent paperback study guides, but no textbooks at all-I loaned her my text books, she has not yet completed her program....
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    ok...PLEASE don't take this the wrong way...but what is an ASN? Is that an Associate's? Is that the same as an ADN?
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    Hi i am starting an program in May and i have really been checking out all the programs that are out there for distance learning. I will give you the name and number to the person i am working with. This lady is awesome and she can answer any question you might have her name is Tammy Cook and her number is 1-800-759-5947 believe me she will spend what ever time you need when it comes to questions, problems ect. Just give her a call and tell her -barb told you to call and check out the program you won't be sorry
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    Originally posted by Susy K:
    ok...PLEASE don't take this the wrong way...but what is an ASN? Is that an Associate's? Is that the same as an ADN?
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    Originally posted by Susy K:
    ok...PLEASE don't take this the wrong way...but what is an ASN? Is that an Associate's? Is that the same as an ADN?
    Suzy,

    An ASN is and Associates of Science in Nursing, like a BSN is a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. An ADN is an Associates Degree in Nursing. ASN and ADN are the same thing.

    Laura

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    All I can say is BE CAREFUL!!

    You do not get your degree from Chancellors, it is from Excelsior, formerly known as Regent's.

    I used Chancellors and the quality was terrible! Blank study guides often. I was shocked that I had paid $195 a pop only to get a "study guide" that was 90% fill in the blanks and then had to buy textbooks.

    My friends used The College Network, and they loaned me a Research in Nursing Study guide, it was my idea of a study guide NO BLANKS!! I used it, studied for a few weeks, took the exam and aced it! I am glad you asked before buying!! If you already ordered, remember you have 3 days to cancel your contract!!

    Good luck with your studies.



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    MargaretH....Home Health Nurse


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