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Don’t get stuck on one route

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I will be finishing my rn to bsn with chamberlain next week. I can’t beleive it. It took me 7 months to complete the program and it was so worth it. And who would of thought, I will be finishing on the exact date of my adn graduation but a year later. My goal is officially accomplished. I have been going strong everyday for the past 4 1/2 years to get RN-BSN behind my name. I did prereqs which took me 1  1/2 years, a nursing program which took me 2 years and a BSN program which took me 7 months. No it wasn’t the traditional route but I reached my goal of receiving a bsn in my time frame. Never get stuck on one route, if you want it you can finish in what ever time frame you want. P.S after grants my BSN cost me less than $10,000, so don’t think it’s too expensive

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This is awesome! I agree, there are more ways than one to become an RN, BSN, MSN, DNP or whatever the goal is, and there are many excuses not to. The point is at what lengths (routes) are you willing to take to reach the end goal. It will take me 5 years to reach my goal. Your post is inspiring, so thank you for sharing.

p.s. the best route is the one with less student loan debt.

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