RN/BSN to medical school? - page 3

by jnf14 50,178 Views | 24 Comments

Hello, Im a nursing student right now but possibly thinking of attending medical school after I obtain my RN/BSN. Any thoughts? Has anyone done this? Good/bad idea?... Read More


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    have you ever been to Nursing school? I guess the answer is no, right? So you can't make the comparison.
    Second, your comparing a bachelor program to a graduate program.. Learn to think before you start writing. If you want to compare, compare your bachelor program with BSN program.
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    Quote from jjo9el
    have you ever been to Nursing school? I guess the answer is no, right? So you can't make the comparison.Second, your comparing a bachelor program to a graduate program.. Learn to think before you start writing. If you want to compare, compare your bachelor program with BSN program.
    Huh? Me? I'm a practicing NICU nurse with a BSN now.... maybe someone else should start thinking before they start writing?
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    Quote from jjo9el
    have you ever been to Nursing school? I guess the answer is no, right? So you can't make the comparison.
    Second, your comparing a bachelor program to a graduate program.. Learn to think before you start writing. If you want to compare, compare your bachelor program with BSN program.
    A previous poster asked if medical school is as hard as nursing school. Hence, the comparison of an undergraduate program to a graduate program. Suggest you follow your own advice.
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    You are amazing. I am on the fence right now between dropping from nursing school for medical school. I am a first semester student atm. But I don't want to get my BS in chem or whatever I choose and then be stuck waiting to get into med school and working as a CNA making $13/hr. Which won't be adequate to pay off loans while in the waiting period (if that happens). Although, I am considering just doing the first year and getting my LPN, then going off to a University and getting my BS since LPN's make decent money. Knowing someone else did the "back-up" plan way really eases me.
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    I'm curious to know how different your program is. My former boss went that route.


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