Georgia preceptorship - page 2

by brown eyed girl 3,767 Views | 15 Comments

Hello everyone and happy new year to you all! I recently started a thread on the general discussion page about having difficulty in going to my local cc to begin my bridge to RN due to my being denied student loans and not... Read More


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    Quote from Mommydearest5
    I just talked with EC today also and cleared up some mindless info. I know I will have to do 480 hrs because I havent worked at no Acute Care. I start my transition class tomorrow and hopefully will take the exam by the middle of Feb. Have you started that class yet. Thats the only class you take without being enrolled in EC. And if you haven't been an LPN longer than 5 years you can also waive another class so that will leave you with only 7 classes instead of 8.
    Did you actually talk to someone at the board or did you look it up on the RN page about your clinical hours? What class are you talking about waiving? Ive been a LPN for 7 years in Feb. As far as starting transitions, I haven't. Ive been so preoccupied with if Im going to do the program or not, dealing with the costs, and sending my LPN and high school transcript, that I hadn't thought about it. This may be a stupid question but, where do you get the information to start studying the class? How many (if any) pre-req's do you have to take? Im sure I have ALOT to take. I know for certain that I wont have to take gen psychology, English, or developmental psych. How often do you plan to test?
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    can't you take your boards in another state and then apply to GA for an endorsed license? they would probably check to see if you had the clinical hours.
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    did you talk to anyone at EC about the administrative fee, etc for them to review your transcripts? after that is done you will know which classes transferred and what you need to take, it will all be in writing in front of you, you may need some gen eds and they offer those also, or can take at a techinical college, that is how you get started but they want the $$ up front to review your transcripts. hope that helps
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    Quote from 2014Rngrad
    I forgot to mention, then she became my supervisor..lmbo

    I think I know the place and the supervisor..
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    Quote from Mandylpn
    did you talk to anyone at EC about the administrative fee, etc for them to review your transcripts? after that is done you will know which classes transferred and what you need to take, it will all be in writing in front of you, you may need some gen eds and they offer those also, or can take at a techinical college, that is how you get started but they want the $$ up front to review your transcripts. hope that helps
    Im going to send off my transcripts on Monday.
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    I live in GA i passed my boards in MN. My plan is to get my hrs(clinical done or apply to the VA and work). Congrats on starting te program soon


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