This can be a difficult question to answer because it’s relative. For some, compared to the studies required as a pre-med major, nursing could be considered somewhat easy. Compared to the requirements to be an English major, nursing may be consider much more difficult. However, aptitude and interest in a field of study can make easier to pursue.
Sure, getting through classes and the never-ending barrage of tests in nursing school can be stressful; however, STEM majors, such as biology and engineering, often rank higher in difficulty. That’s not to say that the pursuit of a nursing degree is a walk in the park, however.
Choosing or not choosing to be a nurse should not be based on factors such as public perception or prestige. Instead, career choices, such as nursing, should be based interest and attributes that will bring fulfillment.

 At some point, a nursing program requires hands-on training with real patients. This means that even with online nursing programs, students need to gain experience through in-person clinical training to prepare them to work directly with real patients. Therefore, although the majority of program classwork can be online, students will be required to complete in-person clinical hours at a that is approved by the school. Online programs with approved in-person training are referred to as hybrid programs.

Nurses make a good starting salary that increases over time and with additional education. The starting salary of a registered nurse with an ADN, however, is not all that much lower than a registered nurse with a BSN.
According to NursingProcess.org, the average entry-level salary of a newly graduated registered nurse with an ADN is approximately $51,280/year. This comes to $4,270/month working full-time or $24.65/hour. Approximately 33% of all RNs the country have an ADN. The average salary of all RNs with an ADN is $70,820/ which comes out to $34.05/hour. The annual salaries of RNs with an ADN ranges between $47,100-$1000,700.
Likewise, according to NursingProcess.org, the average starting salary of a BSN nurse is $55,805, which comes to $26.83/hour; however, some registered nurses who have BSNs are salaried. The average annual salary for registered nurses with a BSN is $77,070/year.
Next up comes the salary range of nurses with an MSN. According to NursingProcess.org, nurses with an MSN can earn substantially more, especially after a few years of experience. The average entry-level salary for an MSN is $69,610. With 1-4 years of experience, the average salary jumps to $88,340. With 5-9 years of experience, the average is $104,910. For those with up to 19 years’ experience, the average salary is $126,770. With 20+ years, the salary average is $131,160.
Nurses in highly populated metropolitan areas typically make more than their counterparts in rural locations. Additionally, due to nursing shortages, overtime hourly rates are often higher.

Length of time will depend upon the level of nursing degree that you decide to pursue. An ADN will take 2 years to complete. A BSN requires 4 years to complete; however, if the applicant already has an ADN, it may only take 1-2 years. An MSN requires an additional 1.5-2 years of study for someone who already has an ADN or BSN. Lastly, it can take approximately 6 years total to obtain a Doctorate in Nursing.

Pt. BD Sharma university of health sciences will be directing an entrance exam known as Common Entrance Exam every year. Admission will be made through centralized counseling by the university on the basis of merit of common entrance test to be conducted by the university. Kindly check the university website www.uhsr.ac.in

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