Recent Grad (LPN)

  1. hello everyone,
    i am a recent grad (LPN) and awaiting my ATT. i'm a 42 year old guy that just finished school as a career change, did it full time...10 1/2 months, and i must say it was not easy. passed the course with an 88 average and now am nervously awaiting the NCLEX-PN. i am married and have a 2 yr old daughter, i really want to pass the first time. i graduated 2 weeks ago and started to work at a community health center last week and i think i will be happy there....just have to learn all the forms...the school did not prepare us for that..LOL. glad school is finished so i can get life back on track with my family, really had time for nothing the past year.
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  3. by   GooeyRN
    Welcome! Congrats on your recent graduation and good luck on the NCLEX! Let us know when you take it!
  4. by   Jessy_RN
    [FONT=Impact] Welcome to the site and best wishes to you!
  5. by   TheCommuter
    Welcome!
  6. by   Thunderwolf
    congrats!!!!!

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  7. by   suebird3
    Quote from vman
    hello everyone,
    i am a recent grad (lpn) and awaiting my att. i'm a 42 year old guy that just finished school as a career change, did it full time...10 1/2 months, and i must say it was not easy. passed the course with an 88 average and now am nervously awaiting the nclex-pn. i am married and have a 2 yr old daughter, i really want to pass the first time. i graduated 2 weeks ago and started to work at a community health center last week and i think i will be happy there....just have to learn all the forms...the school did not prepare us for that..lol. glad school is finished so i can get life back on track with my family, really had time for nothing the past year.
    hi, and welcome to allnurses.com! being nervous about boards is normal....i also did the lpn boards. "back then", it was pencil and paper, whole day. for the rn boards.....computer!

    why not check out the lpn/lvn forum at: http://allnurses.com/forums/f99? and check out the state forums for your home state, at: http://allnurses.com/forums/f131?

    good luck on boards...hope to hear you passed!

    suebird

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