After obtaining a BS in Nursing, which of these two options is correct?

i have read that you have to get your bsn, obtain certification , work as a nurse for a year, then go to to school for two more years to obtain a specialty.... but i have also read that Certification exams may also be taken in specialty areas after two years of specialty practice. which is correct? any info you can give me about the career & salary would be very beneficial, thanks.

Asked By: Lola - 1/27/2010
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This is how it goes: You graduate with a BSN (or ADN), then you challenge your NCLEX exam. If you pass your NCLEX exam, you will have to send the results along with a huge amount of info on yourself (work history, criminal records, fingerprints, etc...) to your state board of nursing. If the state board of nursing... More
Answered By: The Milk Man - 1/27/2010
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