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  1. I'm currently a junior in high school and I'm looking at colleges in Colorado, Washington, and Oregon. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what some of the best nursing programs in those states are. My 'dream school' is Udub and I know their nursing program is really good. I'm also looking at schools like Concordia (OR), University of Colorado Denver, Seattle Pacific, and University of Portland. I just don't know if their Nursing programs are any good or how to find out. If anyone knows about their programs please let me know, and I'd also love to hear about other good programs at schools I didn't mention, but are in those states!
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    College Major?

    I'm in highschool, and I want to go to a four year college to get my prerequisites. Does the college I got to after highschool have to have a pre-nursing major? Alot of them have pre-med majors, Is that good enough? Do I even have to declare a major if I'm just going to get prerequisites done? So really I just want to know if I can go to whatever college I want straight out of highschool.
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    College questions

    I'm going into my junior year of high school, and I'm beginning to looking colleges. I just want to make sure I have my facts straight, and I have a few questions too! So I know I want to get a BSN. In order to get a BSN I have to be accepted into a BSN program, correct? I have to complete certain prerequisites in order to even apply to a program. I'm taking AP and concurrent classes now in school, but I'll still need to spend time in college before I can apply. Now here is where my questions begin. Lets say the fall after I graduate I go to a college where there is a nursing program. I complete my prerequisites, and apply nursing programs. Since I'm going into my junior year of high school, and I'm beginning to looking colleges. I just want to make sure I have my facts straight, and I have a few questions too! So I know I want to get a BSN. In order to get a BSN I have to be accepted into a BSN program, correct? I have to complete certain prerequisites in order to even apply to a program. I'm taking AP and concurrent classes now in school, but I'll still need to spend time in college before I can apply. Now here is where my questions begin. Lets say the fall after I graduate I go to a college where there is a nursing program. I complete my prerequisites, and apply nursing programs. Since they are highly competitive I might not get into the program at the school I started at, so does it even matter where I go to get my prerequisites? Assuming it doesn't matter when I am looking for colleges to go to right out of high school what major should I be looking into... Some schools have pre-nursing majors... Others have pre-med..could I just apply as a biology major? Again I just want to make sure I'm on the right track and get a few questions answered.. Thanks!
  4. I'm on the search for some good nursing schools to attend.. I'm wanting to get a BSN. What programs do youreccommend?
  5. I'm on the search for nursing school to start looking at, and I'm think I might like to attend one in Idaho. Can anyone give me a name of one you'd recommend?
  6. I'm taking relevant classes in HighSchool, and I've even joined HOSA. What are the next (best) steps to take? Which colleges should I look at? Which ones are the best? Does it matter which one I even go to? Is going to college even the best route? What's the difference between degrees?
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