RN-BSN Done! - page 2

by RN_Kris 10,220 Views | 20 Comments

I just completed WGU's BSN program. Feel free to post any questions and I'll do my best to answer :)... Read More


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    Hi Kris! Congratulations on your great accomplishment of obtaining your BSN!! Did you do the general WGU or a state specific program? I am in Indiana and there is one for Indiana and then one for residents of all 50 states. It looks like the requirements and tuition and fees are the same with both. What do you recommend? Again, great job and thanks for sharing
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    It's really not too bad. Basic algebra.
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    Thanks, klone! Glad to know it's just the basics.
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    Hi Montecarlo64,

    I'm an RN planning to start the RN-BSN program on Nov. 1st and noticed you are in Indiana. I hadn't even considered the difference between WGU in Indiana vs. WGU. Have you found any other information? Do you have a tentative start date?
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    Congrats on finishing the program. What order of courses did you take during the program? How many hours a week did you study? Which class(es) were the hardest? Which class(es) were the easiest?Thanks in advance!
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    Is it an algebra based math, or more like a statistics? thanks in advance.
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    Quote from KbmRN
    Is it an algebra based math, or more like a statistics? thanks in advance.
    Are you talking about the placement test? If so, it's basic algebra, as I mentioned above.
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    I was curious about the actual program requirements @klone.
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    Quote from KbmRN
    I was curious about the actual program requirements @klone.
    They require college algebra and statistics. I think that's pretty standard for all BSN programs.
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    Me too, WGU graduate with a BSN! 12 months, books come with program. $6400 total. Pay raise and freedom!


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