THANK YOU!!! This post is so valuable! I was all but about to give up on planning to go for my BSN after all the hell it took to get into an LVN-ADN program (which I start this June).
I am a quick learner. For the haters, I took Dev. Psych and Nutrition, online, concurrently, in under 16 days, and before ya'll quip about the substandard education, I also took those courses at UCLA 10+ years ago (but it was combined so couldn't transfer it - long story) and the material was the same.
So, back to your story - 6 months to complete the BSN. May I ask if you were working during this time? I had to retake all my prerequisites (with working full-time and I'm a single mom of a 5 year old with no childcare from the dad) so I'm getting pretty tired as I've been at this for 8 months straight. I can do another year for LVN-RN bridge program but don't think I'll have much left in me after that.
How long would you guesstimate this program to take working full-time?