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what level of education does a registered nurse need\

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Gerald’s Answer

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A Registered Nurse needs at the very least an Associates of Science Degree. It is becoming more and more usual to see most employers asking for a Bachelors of Science degree however. There are bridge programs that will assist you in obtaining your BSN once you have obtained your ASN. RN schooling can be anywhere between 2-4 years depending on part/full-time status.

Now a Licensed Practical Nurse is still a nurse. They have to test just like a RN does. Schooling is generally the same except for a few courses .

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Emesha’s Answer

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Hi Gabriela, this is a great question. In order to become a nurse you will need to enroll in an accredited nursing program to obtain an associate's degree which takes about two years to complete. You also have the option of getting a  bachelor's degree in nursing,  going this route can take about four years. Once you've completed your degree program you will be required to  pass an exam and obtain a state nursing license. I hope this helps good luck and for more information check out the link below https://www.learnhowtobecome.org/nurse/registered-nurse/

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