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    Hey guys! Sorry for posting a question that I'm sure has been asked plenty of times.

    I'm starting the Bay Area College Of Nursing's (California) LVN program starting on April 2nd (prerequisites start April 2nd, actual program starts in May), but am fully committed to eventually pursing a BSN, and eventually an MSN.

    Does anyone know if there's any way I can start preparing myself to bridge into an LVN-BSN program now? I know I will have to take additional prerequisites before getting into a program, and that the prereq's I'm going to be taking starting on April 2nd won't count as they won't be considered "college credit". Would my only option be to start taking classes at a community college? And does anyone have an idea on what these classes would be?

    Thanks for the help!

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    Hello all, early apologies if this question has already been asked!

    I'm interested in pursuing a career in the nursing field.

    I'm on a two year (ouch) waitlist at a local community college, and know that transferring to a CSU will give me similar results.

    I'm interested in schools like Unitek and such, but the thing is is that I work Monday - Friday, 8am - 4pm (I have lots of downtime at my job, so I know worrying about having time to study won't be an issue, and it's a decent paying job, because if it weren't I would just quit and focus on school, lol).

    My question is ... are there any schools in Northern California that offer any evening [or not morning] LVN classes? I was able to find one school with classes that started at 5pm, but of course it is no longer accredited :/

    Any information you guys have (school name, pricing, etc.) will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much!



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