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Why become an RN & how to achieve it

Why you need to become an RN It’s possible for a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) to become a Registered Nurse (RN) with additional education. Advancing from an LPN to RN provides nurses the ability to earn a higher salary, gain additional job opportunities, and ma...

Do Nurses Need a Bachelor's Degree?

There are two different paths to becoming an RN: Nursing students can pursue either an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing (BSN). But what is the difference between a BSN and RN, and should nurses have a bachelor’s degree? Let’s explore your options to discover what...

4 Myths About Finishing Your Degree

What's the one thing you're most likely to regret in life? If you could guess, you may think it would be the past relationships you had, opportunities you missed, or friends that you lost touch with over the years. While all of these are good guesses, the real answer may surprise you. According to t...

What is Achieve Test Prep?

Many busy adults worry they don’t have the time, money, or ability to finish an RN degree. Kids, work, and other personal commitments often get in the way of higher education. Achieve Test Prep’s RN Bridge Program supports CNAs, LPNs, and other healthcare professionals looking to go back to school w...

Does Achieve Test Prep Work in My State?

Nursing is one of the most in-demand, fastest-growing careers and continues to have a positive job outlook through 2026. Whether you want to enjoy a higher salary, more job opportunities, and more freedom in the workplace, continuing your education is the best way to get the career you deserve. Our ...

5 Tips for Mastering an Accelerated Nursing Program

If you're thinking of going back to school for your RN degree, an accelerated program can be very appealing. Accelerated programs mean you can graduate faster, which means you spend less time in school, and more time getting into your new career (and higher salary) sooner.

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