ASN (ADN) or BSN - page 3
I have been told that some students in my state are waiting at least 1 year to get in the BSN program. I have good grades and am not really worried about getting in but I don't really want to wait. ... Read More
May 1, '04Occupation: Med Surg/Telemetry Specialty: Telemetry/Med Surg ; Joined: Jan '03; Posts: 8,773; Likes: 1,503I wasn't interested in the BSN route mainly due to all the prereqs, i.e. English comp, govt., history, the arts, etc...whatever. In the diploma you go right into hands on nursing while taking your classes and I find that the best way to learn for me. Our school has a 97-100% pass rate on the NCLEX and has graduated 101 classes so far. I'm just finishing my freshman year and will graduate in 2006.