irene0213 762 Views
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I know that VCC has a waitlist for their generic rn track and that applicants just need to complete the minimum requirements to be put on the waitlist but I was wondering if the lpn-rn bridge program was similar. After completing the pre-reqs and applying do they accept you into the next class or is it more competitive?
I'm looking into finally applying to a nursing program and I'm very excited. But upon reading some threads here on allnurses and elsewhere I'm becoming a little discouraged. I've read a few people saying that hospitals are moving away from hiring ASNs and prefer candidates with a BSN. I eventually want to complete a BSN but because I want experience and need to work while I'm in school I really need to take it a step at a time. Will I experience more difficulty finding a job with just an ASN?
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