Acc. RN to BSN - page 2

by iy0ga

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I know this course takes one year if your a full time student but has any one done this while working as a RN? How long did it take to complete? what was your schedule like?... Read More


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    I started nursing school when I was 16, so I suppose it IS possible, although not likely for most people. I GED'd out of high school after 10th grade, but that was 20 years ago. Not sure if they even allow that anymore.
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    The program I've gotten accepted to doesn't require any pre-reqs as long as you pass the entrance test (compass, its actually pretty easy). Although after that there is a one year wait. Brandon

    Quote from thrashej
    You can become a nurse when you are 16????? No offense, but that sounds scary!!!


    Also, what kind of program only requires 3 classes to get into the RN program? I know CNA classes only require 3...are you sure??


    Janice
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    Quote from thrashej
    You can become a nurse when you are 16????? No offense, but that sounds scary!!!


    Also, what kind of program only requires 3 classes to get into the RN program? I know CNA classes only require 3...are you sure??


    Janice
    3 classes is the min. to get in the program. But i went to philippines for hs and they have no 6 or 7th grade so i skipped when i got there and came back(parents desicion). Does anybody knwo how long the acc. program takes to finish while working though?
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    Don't you eventually have to take the same classes, like Anatomy and Micro, which ARE prerequisites for most of us?



    Janice
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    yeah i do in the RN program which is pretty much the same thing. ill probably wait another year and finish all the pre-reqs i can to keep my load light.
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    In the RN program I am applying to there are only 3 pre-req courses along with a 75 hour CNA course. All the other classes that you generally hear people chatting about are co-requisites in the program (a/p2, microbio, chem)that you deal with after being accepting into clinicals.


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