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From Bachelor of Nursing to ADN

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So I probably already know the answer to this question but I thought I'd ask anyways. I was in a Bachelor's program last semester but failed so I was kicked out. Then I applied to ADN program and was accepted and will be going this coming Spring. My question is, there's is a possibility that I might have to move which means if during being in this program I would. If I try to transfer to a different program would I only be to try to transfer to an ADN program? Given my past with my previous Bachelor's degree program?

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Ah the dreaded transfer dance. Your school records are confidential under FERPA so other schools don't have access to the fact that you failed. The only people who can really answer if you would be able to transfer would be the admissions staff at the school you would transfer to. Some nursing schools want ALL of the nursing portions completed at their campus, others will take take people who have completed part of the practicum. One thing I have noticed though is that most schools will require you to complete a minimum number of credits at their school and have a maximum number of credits that you can transfer. Your best bet is to reach out and talk to them.

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