Crazy question about bsn

  1. 0 Hey everybody I have a question.....If you are accepted into a bsn program can you take the nclex exam after 2 years like if you went to a community college???

    Are clinicals only the first 2 years of a bsn program???

    Basically do you have to wait until you finish the bsn program to take the nclex exam?

    Sorry for the same question 3 different ways lol
  2. Visit  ConstantlyEvolving profile page

    About ConstantlyEvolving

    From 'Philadelphia, PA, US'; Joined Nov '12; Posts: 12.

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  3. Visit  FLmed profile page
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    Yes, you have to wait until you completely finish the program (graduate) to be eligible to get the ATT (sit pass) for NCLEX-RN.
  4. Visit  SycamoreGuy profile page
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    Depends on the program. Some programs train you as a ASN and then complete the courses for the bachelors. The majority of programs however require that you finish the BSN before you sit for the NCLEX
  5. Visit  ConstantlyEvolving profile page
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    Thanx I think I will just stick with my CC...I only have next semester and summer 1 left of pre-reqs then I can apply to my schools nursing program!
  6. Visit  jetsy62 profile page
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    It really does depend what type of program you go to. It amazed me how many different options there are. I have been accepted at different colleges with different programs. I think I am going with the 2+2 program, which is ASN, sit for RN exam, BSN. But there are straight 4 year BSN with RN exam following, 2 year ADN program followed by RN exam with BSN on-line. Just have to go with what fits you.
  7. Visit  ConstantlyEvolving profile page
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    Quote from jetsy62
    It really does depend what type of program you go to. It amazed me how many different options there are. I have been accepted at different colleges with different programs. I think I am going with the 2+2 program, which is ASN, sit for RN exam, BSN. But there are straight 4 year BSN with RN exam following, 2 year ADN program followed by RN exam with BSN on-line. Just have to go with what fits you.
    Yes I'm gonna go that route also...I think that's best for me thanks!


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