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    An Associated Degree in Nursing(ADN) is definitely nothing like an LPN program. When finishing an ADN program you are eligible to sit for your NCLEX-RN examination just as you would with a Bachelors of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN). Once you pass the NCLEX you become a Registered Nurse. The ADN program is normally taken at a community college and the BSN at a university. There are definitely private schools that offer either one. Ultimately it will be up to you and what is best for you. You can always go through a bridge program after you are an RN and get your bachelors.