First you need to stop and think about why you want to be a nurse... Do not do it for the money, Nurses work long hours and are on their feet all day. You will very rarely be sitting at a computer. Going to nursing school
is much like a job you have to miss out on all the parties and having a social life is mostly a no no you will have no time, it is even worse going for a BSN.
Second, you seem a little confused as to what a LVN, RN, and BSN are... You do not get a BSN to become a RN, a RN is also known as ADN and is an associates not a bachelors. You get the BSN mainly to become a manager or head nurse somewhere BSN and ADN are the same classes you just take more administrative and management courses as a BSN.
and Last not to be rude, but nursing is very competitive at some schools
over 1000 people apply and they take 55-80 students, so having great grammar
skills is a must( you do not become "an RN" you become "a RN")