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Nov 1 RN to BSN

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RNMom2010 has 7 years experience and specializes in Home Health, Case Management, OR.

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Who is starting Nov 1?

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lmc831 has 1 years experience and specializes in medical surgical unit.

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I'll be starting December 1st. ....I just missed the cut off for November.

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RNMom2010 has 7 years experience and specializes in Home Health, Case Management, OR.

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Darn it!

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I'm starting Nov 1!! I'm so excited I can't wait. I have 34 units to complete. I plan to complete 3/4 of them all in 6 months. I have a baby on the way and this baby will have a BSN mama before they're 1 if I can help it. 😜

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RNMom2010 has 7 years experience and specializes in Home Health, Case Management, OR.

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Awesome! Congrats on the baby!

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TheCommuter has 14 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych.

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I have 34 units to complete. I plan to complete 3/4 of them all in 6 months.
Just like you, I had 34 credits to complete when I started the BSN completion program in May. I've completed 24 credits so far, and fully expect to complete another 3 to 4 units before my first term officially ends at the end of October. Your goal is very reasonable.

I have a baby on the way and this baby will have a BSN mama before they're 1 if I can help it. 
Congratulations on the baby!

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I think I will have approximately 33 or 34 units as well. The people that completed 34 in just over 6 months is it possible to complete all 34 in the 6 months? Or was this already you guy going super fast?

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@TheCommuter

Thanks so much for he encouragement!! Thank you were so excited about the baby. I fully plan to get all if not most done by the end of 6 months. I really really need to finish it 😜

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I got excited when I seen that someone else started November 1st but then realized you're in the RN TO BSN program:bluecry1:. I'm starting the Nov 1 Prelicensure BSN in California for the Pasadena cohort. Wishing lots of success and the best of luck to you and the fellow nurses accepted into your cohort!!! :)

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I start November 1st and need 49 credits to graduate. Kind of bummed about how many credits I need. Oh well, it is what it is. Anyway, I'm excited about learning new things and the prospect of potentially leaving acute care for something more community oriented.

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I am starting in November too. I need 36 credits to graduate. I finished EWB a few days ago. Not bad. Looking over some of the COS I really need to become more computer savvy. Very nervous about having to take intro to statistics!

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TheCommuter has 14 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych.

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Very nervous about having to take intro to statistics!

I just passed the intro to probability and statistics course (CJC1) through WGU. Trust me when I say it is a very introductory course for someone without a strong mathematical background. I was able to do it even though my math skills are not up to par. The course is theoretical, and the final examination contains virtually no calculations.

While working through the course, WGU will provide you with StatCrunch software to perform the calculations. In addition, you can call course mentors if you're struggling.

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