Just completed RN to BSN less than 6 months

Nursing Students Western Governors

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I started at on October 1, 2018. I just finished the final class. 43 credits in one semester. I needed a few things that I did not do in my ADN program, like statistics. I will answe any questions you may have to help you through it

Specializes in Outpatient/Clinic, ClinDoc.

Great job and congrats!!!!

Congrats! How was Stats?

How did you pace yourself?

In which order do you suggest taking your classes in?

Any tips for Bio-Chem?

Statistics was tough. I am no math whiz. Would consider this my weakest subject. I went step by step with the book and worked the problems. I also utilized the cohorts and set up extra help with the math center when I did not understand. Bio chem same thing. I finished both in 2-3 weeks. As far as paceing myself. It's tough to answer as everyone is different. I do not have kids at home. I work 4 10hr days. Usually I made sure to go to bed on time. For us by 11. Since I have Friday, Saturday and Sunday off I utilized those all of those days to do most work. Just did nothing else

43 credits in one semester?!?!? What is that like 2 years at in a typical university. These programs are a joke. They should simply ask us to write them a check in return for the piece of paper. I'm not taking anything away from you. Good job with doing what you had to do and moving on with your career!!! Nursing education needs a careful audit and some standardization

SpankedInPittsburgh said:
43 credits in one semester?!?!? What is that like 2 years at in a typical university. These programs are a joke. They should simply ask us to write them a check in return for the piece of paper. I'm not taking anything away from you. Good job with doing what you had to do and moving on with your career! Nursing education needs a careful audit and some standardization

You came in here to say that? Please take your negativity elsewhere. And I won't be addressing you any further. So no need to quote. Have a good day.

Well I certain understand your concerns. I work for a government agency and the only way that my degree would be recognized for advancement is if it was an accredited school. is accredited by CHAIIM, CCNE, NCATE, NWCCU, and multiple other Distant Learning awards. I carefully vetted where and how I would get my degree and so should you!

Just seeing this post. That's so awesome!

Are you still taking questions?

Thanks

Congrats! I just finished my LPN to RN wanted to know how long did the application to the acceptance process take. I would like to start by June? I'm also on my ATT.

You have plenty of time if you start now. For the most part, they are pretty helpful.

Ask away

I had everything ready to go and start a few weeks. They allow people to start at the beginning of every month

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