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Nursing career- getting my BSN Degree in 4 years.

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I'm graduating from high school this year, and my plan is to become a BSN but im not going to a 4 year University yet. What classes should i take for now? #college #nurse #nursing #academic-advising

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Hello Maryam,
I love your question. Congrats on graduating from high school this academic year. How exciting!
Your plan is to go to school to earn your Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree to then go onto graduate and pass the NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) is a nationwide examination for the licensing of nurses to become a Registered Nurse (RN). I gather you plan to go to attend a community college to earn your associates degree in nursing to then sit for the NCLEX to become a RN, and later attend a 4-year college to earn your BSN?

The type of classes to focus on are medical terminology, biology, anatomy & physiology, microbiology, chemistry, math (statistics), and cell biology...if it is offered.

If you provide a list of classes, I can guide you further on selecting courses. Feel free to respond to this message to continue the dialogue. Best of luck to you!!
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