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Sonya H

Have you considered a 2 year nursing program? There will be some math involved, but more sciences than math. You will complete the program in 2 years and take the NCLEX exam for national licensure. You will be able to work in a hospital environment or clinic settings. If you obtain employment at a hospital you may also be eligible for tuition reimbursement to continue schooling. Also consider an LPN program which should average a year in length, a CNA program may take 6 months and in some cases you may be able to challenge the state exam. You could start with the CNA program and progress to LPN or RN. Your current situation may dictate which is the best way to proceed. Let me know if you would like more information about any of the nursing programs I mentioned above.

Answered 8 years ago

Sonya H