📑Drop some knowledge on me ⬇ What do you wish you would've known starting LPN school 📚

  1. Are you currently taking LPN classes ? There are a lot of prospective students and future nurses that can benefit from your knowledge 🎓📚✏💉🔬...like me 😂

    What do you wish you wouldve started doing Day 1 ?
    What's your organization hack that keeps you sane ? WHAT DO YOU REGRET NOT DOING SOONER ? What specific subject did you struggle with... How did you get through that ? Do you wish you would've avoided building relationships with other students or do you wish you networked more ? When you wanted to give up, what made you push.
    I want to know it ALL 😂😂😂🙌
    By no means do I expect anyone to answer all of the above questions 😂, but I do want to know...

    What do you wish you would've known starting LPN school ?
    Share your #LPNMagic✨ below ⬇Thanks in advance 😘
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  2. 7 Comments

  3. by   Cherokeegirl08
    OP, maybe if you learned proper grammar and how to use periods at the end of sentences, people would be a little more willing to answer your questions.
  4. by   TheNewNightingale🐦
    Lol. Its an online forum ! I didnt know MLA citations were required. This is probably more of an issue of a generational gap. Older um, people generally view any form of communication online as an official correspondence while people of my generation generally tend to take a more colloquial approach. Was it the emoji's ? My great aunt has trouble with them as well. Thanks for the suggestions though, Cherokee Girl .
  5. by   Cherokeegirl08
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    Lol. Its an online forum ! I didnt know MLA citations were required. This is probably more of an issue of a generational gap. Older um, people generally view any form of communication online as an official correspondence while people of my generation generally tend to take a more colloquial approach. Was it the emoji's ? My great aunt has trouble with them as well. Thanks for the suggestions though, Cherokee Girl ������.
    I'm only 27, but if that makes me old, then okay.You have a loooong way to go if you have to attempt to insult someone every time someone makes a suggestion to you.
    Last edit by Cherokeegirl08 on Aug 13 : Reason: ETA
  6. by   Nurse_2b_Kei
    Congrats on passing the hesi and starting this new journey sis. I just passed the hesi as well and I'm hoping to start my lpn program in January. I can't offer any advice on the topic but I do watch a lot of youtube videos from different youtubers vanisha clerge, and christina lpn soon to be just to name a few. I hope that helps.
  7. by   ZCat
    Nurse_2b you will be in the program soon.
  8. by   tmahbee
    Congrats on passing the test ! Im taking mine of Monday. And some ppl are so rude and have nothing else better to do. I didn't realize this was a GRAMMAR 101 forum.
  9. by   lunanarya
    The summer before I started my PN program, I enjoyed myself. I didn't pre-study for school, I didn't try to learn anything new and nursing related, I just spent as much time as I could hanging out with my friends and family. I had a feeling that once school started, things were going to get hectic...and boy did it ever!

    The only other thing that really sticks out is this: when you start your program, you're going to get a ton of books, resources, and computer modules. Just about every single one is going to have sections on how to read/review/answer nursing exam questions. Don't wait to review those! Look them over before your first exam. I'd heard stories that "nursing exam questions are like nothing you'd ever seen!" and those stories were true. I did OK on my first exam, but it was full of panic because I didn't know how to approach the questions. When I did start looking over all my resources, I was kicking myself because the questions and answers on the exams made much more sense. So, use your resources. and don't be a self-kicker (too much)

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