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    thank you guys for all your help! i'm still undecided on what to do. Some day I might want to be a Nurse Practioner, but that won't be till maybe 10-20 yrs down the road. thanks again

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    hello everybody! my name is cecilia, i'm 25 and a mother to four little boys, caleb is 6(almost 7), lucas is 4, landon is 3 and easton is 1. i just started college and am taking a couple prerequisites to become an rn. i heard that asn's and bsn get paid the same amount in omaha and it takes less time for an asn. i'm just wondering what the difference is. i know they take the same classes because they all take the same boards. i would like to get my degree as soon as possible because i have all these kiddos.

    but i'm just wondering what the better route is. i would love to work in the nicu, but having a asn, would i be able to? isn't the nicu more of a specialty? like i said, i just want to know the difference and i'm hoping for alittle help. thanks!

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    Hello everybody! My name is Cecilia, I'm 25 and a mother to four little boys, Caleb is 6(almost 7), Lucas is 4, Landon is 3 and Easton is 1. I just started college and am taking a couple prerequisites to become an RN. I heard that ASN's and BSN's get paid the same amount in Omaha and it takes less time for an ASN. I'm just wondering what the difference is. I know they take the same classes because they all take the same NCFLEX(?). I would like to get my degree as soon as possible because I have all these kids:1luvu: but I'm just wondering what the better route is. I would love to work in the NICU, but having a ASN, would I be able to? Isn't the NICU more of a specialty? Like I said, I just want to know the difference and I'm hoping for alittle help. Thanks!



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