Nov 11, '11
We have a few things in common...I suggest going for your CNA or the advance CNA (PCT) that you mentioned. The CNA schedule works great because I find time to study while my residents are taking their nap. IMO I would go for the ADN or the accelerated BSN program (which ever you get accepted into first). The reason why I suggest the ADN program because it is affortable and a 5 semester long program: and once completed you can work and take you BSN courses on-line while you work. That should not take nomore then a semester and a half to two the most. Anyway, I suggest the CNA because you don't have to overwhlem yourself with so much studing like an LPN which requires so much. The point is doing really well in you prenursing courses and CNA will do the trick.
Last edit by Getting To Great on Nov 11, '11