Quote from alison86786
I am not saying I want the easy way out. If you took time to read my post, I said schools that have better-paced programs that aren't as challenging. My school is a 12-month program for a bachelors degree which is insanely difficult. Most BSN programs are 16 months to 2 years. I simply chose the most challenging route, which was not ideal given my current circumstances. There are less challenging ways to become a BSN nurse than by doing the degree in 12 months.
Personally, I wouldn't want such a nurse like you with such an attitude who was too lazy to read and comprehend my original post. THAT speaks volumes about what kind of nurse YOU will be.
Quote from alison86786
clearly you misunderstood what I was asking. I am saying an easier way other than pursing an accelerated BSN in 12 months. Meaning, advice for programs that are regular track which most people pursue to begin with. I guarantee you did not get your BSN through an accelerated 12-month program so you should really watch the attitude there...
Actually, you don't
say anywhere in your post that you're looking for a regular track program rather than an accelerated program. That may be what you meant
when you wrote your original post, but, even rereading the post now, I still don't see that in there. What you said is that you are looking for info about the "easiest nursing schools to get through in Florida," "getting through without killing yourself," that it doesn't make sense to you "to go to a more challenging school when you'll end up with the same RN degree in the end" (no one has an "RN degree," BTW, RN is the license, not the degree), and that you were told in NJ that there are harder and easier nursing schools there and you're looking for the same info about FL. Nothing about how you're simply looking for traditional BSN programs as opposed to accelerated programs. Seven of us read your post and got the same impression from your original post, based on the responses you got. If you had been more explicit about what you were asking, you might have gotten different responses.
(And how on earth would you know what kind of nursing program Milady attended?)
There are tons of traditional BSN programs in Florida; if that's what you're looking for, you don't need anyone here to give you any info. A simple Google search will turn up tons of results, and info about the programs approved in the state is probably available on the FL BON website.
Best wishes for your journey!