Posted in Advice for School
about 1 year ago,
Hi, I just finished a medical assistant program that didn't really find me a good job. I read the description of an RN and thought why not give it a try. I was wondering if the courses learned to be an RN is similar to what I already studied? Like basic ethics/vitals/medical terminology. I also want to know the difference between the 2 year associates and the 4 year bachelors degrees? What is best for me? And any tips on passing the NCLEX-rn/pn exams? Where did you go to study for them. And how much was school overall?
submitted by Povlynna in Lowell, MA