Crazy question about bsn

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    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
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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.
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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
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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!
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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.
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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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