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  1. 0 I need help plz...
    I live in San Bernardino and i want to go to a community college to be a LVN.
    I want to become a LVN first then a RN in the future.
    My problem is that San Bernardino Valley College doesnt have an LVN program only a LVN to RN and i dont want to do that right now. I searched online and the closets schools were riverside community college and chaffey. RCC sounds really good and i love it! :heartbeat but i dont have a car and no job yet. so my transportation will be bus or foot.
    what do u think i should do? im very confused?!
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  3. Visit  Christine2009 profile page
    #1 0
    I feel that if nursing is something that you REALLY want to do, then go for it. There are a lot of people in my class that do not drive or have a car and carpool with other students in class...I think you should go for it!
  4. Visit  BlkQueen8 profile page
    #2 0
    I've gone over 2 yrs in my adult life (during 3 separate occasions) without a car. Sometimes you just have to do what you have to do. Get a job at a fast food place (In-N-Out pays $10 an hr) so you can save for a car and have bus fare. Take the bus to class. I know it sucks, public transportation in so cal sucks but if you really want it than you have to compromise and do things you may not want to do.