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ADN...headed back for more...

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by hsummerlin hsummerlin (New) New

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I've just about decided that having my ADN is absolutely no better than having a high school diploma. I feel virtually "unemployable" and "devalued" without having a bigger degree. Most jobs I apply for now prefer a BSN nurse. I want to go beyond that though...and eventually shoot for my MSN/Nurse Practitioner.

I have a school in mind for my BSN...but I've already started to look at online MSN programs. What terrifies me the most is the GRE. I am not a good "standardized test taker"...the NCLEX just about did me in! Anyone have any recommendations for distance learning programs that offer Family Nurse Practitioners Programs without the GRE? I know their out there...but would like to hear from someone that has done them or know someone that has. I want to check out all of my options. Thank you in advance!

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First get your bsn (and some experience under your belt) before worrying about your NP degree

Getting your bsn will help you do well on your GRE's because you'll learn a lot of things that'll be on the exam.

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