Tuesday, January 15, 2013

What To Study To Become An RN

pathways to become an RNIf you're interested in nursing as a career, now is the time to become an RN. The demand for Registered Nurses (RNs) is strong and growing.

To be a Registered Nurse in the United States, you must pass the relevant National Council Licensure EXamination (NCLEX). This means that you would have to first undertake and pass a suitable education and training program, either an associate degree or bachelors degree, in preparation for the the exam.

But what is the difference between getting registered and getting a bachelors degree (RN vs BSN)?  What can you expect to earn as an RN?

This page tackles these questions, tells you about the pathways to nursing registration, helps you to find suitable programs to prepare you for the NCLEX nursing licensing exam, and more ...

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