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i need a bsn as soon as possible i guess, in order to get a master's in nursing to be a NP. thus, whats the shrotest way/school to obtain this conversion to a bsn?
I have read the other comments, (and took them as practical, not negative) and would like to share too.
It may be mis-wording your question but, converting your BA into a BSN is not the 'literal' way it happens. You may however use your current BA as part of a requirement for the direct entry or graduate entry MSN programs.
Those do also have other pre-requisites and the first four semesters or so are the pre- NCLEX portion, (basically).
Your posts seems a little rushed, again maybe just the wording but, 'need the fastest way...'?
Gen-future GEP hopeful
p.s. I heard recently that one of the biggest mistakes that anyone can make regarding their school experience is to RUSH it and not use it fully, this of course is not the same as utilizing time wisely but, rushing