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by jedichampion jedichampion (New) New

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i need any advice or comments on what are your thoughts. do you guys think this is doable or are there any problems with this?

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18-high school-senior year [color=#00ff00](work full time-minimum wage job)

19-community college [color=#00ff00](work full time-minimum wage job) (full time student)

20-community college [color=#00ff00](work full time-minimum wage job) (full time student)

21-bsn [color=#00ff00](work as a lpn-part time)(full time student)

22-bsn [color=#00ff00](work as a lpn-part time)(full time student)

23-work full time with a bsn

24-masters [color=#00ff00](work part time with a bsn for some income)(full time student)

25-masters [color=#00ff00](work part time with a bsn for some income)(full time student)

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Looks good. However you might be able to work FT in BSN or MSN mode and do it online. Some do. Just depends on how much crazy you can take.

But, I thought you were gonna post about the band or something... LOL... I know I'm being stupid. But I like the band and was studying with their music on my ipod an hour ago, so, I'm not that far off...

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Looks good. However you might be able to work FT in BSN or MSN mode and do it online. Some do. Just depends on how much crazy you can take.

But, I thought you were gonna post about the band or something... LOL... I know I'm being stupid. But I like the band and was studying with their music on my ipod an hour ago, so, I'm not that far off...

Thanks for your opinion.

The thing is that I want to concentrate more on school and have less distraction when working on my BSN and Masters.

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I suggest you dig around allnurses a bit. Lots of discussion in the past on this. I will tell you that ADN to BSN seems to be for most not a difficult or enlightening thing at all. Nothing new learned, more, just you paying the piper (yet again) for a piece of paper. In other words, you know all you need from your ADN, and the BSN should not be overwhelming. The MSN a different matter.

Remember, you can only just set a "loose" plan of action. Try to even just get a job first. You might not have luck finding one. Once you get over that hump and feel the job and your stress level of that are under control, then look into more edu.

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