I am a high school senior and I want to become an RN. I dont want to spend too much money so was thinking to go to JCTC (jefferson community college) to get basic courses out of the way and then transfer to a university to get Bachelors degree. I am confused if this is the best way to go. At community college, there is Practical Nursing (to become an LPN) and Associate Degree Nursing Program
[FONT=arial, helvetica, verdana][COLOR=#393331] (to become an RN). Whats the best way to become an RN without spending too much money or maybe get a basic nurse job and then do RN on the side? If i do get bachelors, will I still have to take the RN exam? or is that only required if I do LPN? Thanks in advance!