My school has a pre-nursing program but No clincals

  1. 0 My school has pre- Nursing program but the pre res quits part but no the actual Clinical work shops, basically its the book part. But if I stay through the whole thing I will graduate will and ADN. I think this is the best path for me, Any one have any suggestions
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  4. Visit  nakinok profile page
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    My school has pre- Nursing program but the pre res quits part but no the actual Clinical work shops, basically its the book part. But if I stay through the whole thing I will graduate will and ADN. I think this is the best path for me, Any one have any suggestions
    I have never heard of a program that offers an ADN approved by the board of nursing that does have clinicals at all. I would check that out with your state board and really ask the school what you graduate with upon completion . Will you be able to sit for the NCLEX after completing this program. Unfortunately there are programs out there not board approved but still open offering the dream.
  5. Visit  DarkLotus profile page
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    It sounds like the school has a pre nursing associates degree which will not allow you to sit for the NCLEX. Typically these pre-nursing degrees are just the pre requisites for an ADN program plus a couple of general education classes. This isn't really a 'way to go' because it is just the classes needed to apply for a nursing program. Also it may be better to do just the pre-reqs for a nursing program and not get the pre-nursing associates degree because it might change your financial aid when you do start a real ADN program.


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