I will graduate May 2009 with my ADN license. I am planning on going to work and getting somebody to pay for my BSN. I have looked into the programs and they seem fairly simple, but they just dont answer all the questions I have. After graduation of BSN, do you have to take NCLEX again; or some other test?? This brings another question to mind. Do ADN and BSN graduates take the same NCLEX?? I know the schooling is only different in the aspects of BSN teach more of a leadership position and have more 'community' involvement, but we get that; it is just abbreviated. I was hoping that somebody who has done this could shed some light on this question for me. Also, this might be too general to actually have an answer for becaue schools vary so much. I heard that most ADN-BSN programs are designed for you to be working full-time or almost full-time. How does that work?? It would be nice if they would count your work as clinicals, but I am only dreaming. I am thinking that maybe most classes are online and the clinical load might be less, but with all the difference in schools it is probubly too hard for somebody to give me an answer on this one. Thanks to all that reply!! I will try to add a thanks to everybody.