lvn to rn decisions

  1. Hi my name is Traci. I'm an LVN for almost 9 years and have completed all prerequis. There is only one school close to me that has transition and I have not been able to get in. I my never get in.... So I have been thinkig about excelsior. I'm scared that I will not be able to do it. I have never been one that does really well on exams, just good enough to get by. Can anyone give me some good advise or good sites to visit.
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  3. by   suebird3
    hi, and welcome to allnurses.com! why not check out the texas state forum at http://allnurses.com/forums/f175/ maybe you can find a post there in regards to the school.

    as for tests...my rn school had a skills lab. that helped with "awful" test takers.....like myself!

    good luck, and keep us posted!

    suebird
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  5. by   Thunderwolf
    Please check out our Distance Learning forum which can be accessed via the link SmilingBluEyes provided in her post.



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