Finally a LPN Student

  1. Hi everyone!

    Yes, I can say that I am finally going to be a nursing student :hatparty: . I going to be in a great Lpn program. I start school May 26 and I am so happy . I am also nervous and a little bit scared. After all I have been through trying to find a school and all the good stuff that comes alone with it I should be very happy, but instead, I have a lot of mixed emotions.

    I have a quick question. I don't know what to do about challenging a Medical terminology and structure and function of the body class. I have already taken this class at another school. If I challenge it I will still have to pay for the class and 25 dollar for the test. Now I don't know if they are all the same or if they teach something different. Can you please give me your opinions?

    Thanks
    Moonielove
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  2. 5 Comments

  3. by   jenrninmi
    Congratulations on your acceptance! I too had a lot of mixed emotions when I was accepted into my BSN program a year ago. I always thought I would be so incredibly happy when I received that letter. I AM happy now. I only have a year left, but I do remember having those mixed feelings when I was first accepted.
  4. by   southerngirl
    Congrats on your letter! I think everyone gets mixed emotions at first. I guess it's the unknown. Good luck! :hatparty:
  5. by   J Lynn
    Congratulations! Mixed feeling never seem to leave you. I'm graduating from LPN school May 6 and I'm still not sure where I want to work. Take each day as it comes and try not to worry about tomorrow. Sometimes that's the only way to get through it.
    Good Luck..........
  6. by   wonderbee
    Don't know about your question but congratulations on your acceptance. Mixed feelings is about par for the course. I was and on top of the world. Then later, just before starting, having a pit in my stomach and full of doubt about the whole thing was the rule of the day.
  7. by   sabine_rn
    I was thinking about how much we all hoped to get into the program, and now it's happening. Once in school, we will think about making it through, finding a job etc. I just hope I will never lose my love for people, desire to help my patients, and enthusiasm I have now... I never want to be so burned out that I get uncaring and mean to my fellow nurses, students, and especially my patients. This is something we should all keep in mind, since we are on our way now.
    Something I'm going to add to my daily prayer
    Congrats to all of you! And let's all be one of those nurses ppl. talk about for years to come, and made this huge difference on a rainy day.

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