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I wanted to see what the difference is between the two. The ADN Program is 2 years is the BSN another 2 years on top of that? Any info would be appreciated.
Joined: Jan '04; Posts: 89
May 27, '04
ADN is two years for the
, if you have all the pre-reqs in, or intend to go to school full time.
BSN is a four year plan, if you are going full time. Both degrees just make you eligible to take the NCLEX, a test that is required for licensure.
The type you choose will depend on your personal circumstances, and most
are pretty flexible for adult learners with families and jobs. Good luck!
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