Hi, I will be finishing my A.S. in Health Science this fall, (basically prerequisites for all ADN and BSN programs) and was planning on applying to a BSN program for the fall of next year. While in the process of completing my Associate degree, I had applied for the ADN at my current school and was rejected (most likely due to lack of math courses), but was granted acceptance to their LPN program. It would last about a year. My question is, would it be worth my time/add value to RN school or would I just be better off transferring & going straight for the BSN? I've read a few posts, and the answers seem to revolve around an end goal and life circumstances. So if it helps- the end goal here has always been to be an RN, and I am 24 with no kids/family obligations. Any help is much appreciated, 🙂 thank you!