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    April Green

    I’m looking for advice on the best online bridge programs. I also want one with the least prereqs possible. Please help!!!


    I agree, really need to know a good online program that will not leave you bankrupt. We are already nurses, so why do we have to study on campus, or if campus is the best option, why not allow Lpns with 10 or more years experience take a test instead of repeating classes. We are nurses, so why not allow us to take our nursing classes so we can be done…Some of the Lpns being forced to go back to school are older nurses not wanting to spend 2 years in school while working..I think the NLN should consider this.

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    I started with an associate degree. 35 years later I got a BSN. Now I am in a MSN program. Education broadens your world view. Nurses are lifelong learners. If you don’t share this value you will end up angry and frustrated. We never stop learning. Professionals need a college education.


    I went to a community college for my bridge program and spent no more than $2000 on supplies, books, etc. But I also did qualify for financial aid. That really helped out. So try looking for community colleges, I live in California so there is an abundance of community colleges but I’m not sure where you live. I wish you the best!

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