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Just got in...what can I expect?

  1. 0 Just got the letter today. Any tips, what can I expect in LPN school?

    Also, how do I get my immunizations record? I have a form to fill out but am 30 and not even sure if my pediatrician is still practicing. Should I have all new vaccines, and would my family doc even do this?

    Thanks for any input!
  2. Visit  beachy2013 profile page

    About beachy2013

    Joined Mar '13; Posts: 40; Likes: 11.

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  3. Visit  Okie36 profile page
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    Get your high school record... They will have a record of all childhood immunization s
  4. Visit  Coke_LPN2b profile page
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    Expect to study a lot and take exams almost every week. Not sure if it is like that everywhere but I am testing twice a week! I am blessed to say I am maintaining grades of 90 and above but it is not easy. U will be tested but I just keep telling myself it will all be worth it. Congrats on getting in!!!
  5. Visit  ILoveHealthCare profile page
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    Do not fall behind! Always read ahead! I just finished week 3 of my program and all I can say is wow. It takes a lot of effort and quality studying. I've been maintaining around 85-90% on all of my tests and I only work weekends. Good luck!
  6. Visit  Okie36 profile page
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    Yes, I agree... I started my program in January... You test just about every 2 days...read ahead and do not get behind..Good Luck!
  7. Visit  vintagemother profile page
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    I didn't have copies of all of my immunizations so i had titers drawn and then only had the immunizations done that I needed.
  8. Visit  I ❤️ Nursing profile page
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    You should see if your school will require titers to be drawn, if that's the case you will not need your immunization record.
  9. Visit  vintagemother profile page
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    Quote from kconnor126
    You should see if your school will require titers to be drawn, if that's the case you will not need your immunization record.
    I was trying to say that titers will provide proof you received immunizations or have immunity from actually getting the disease. I did this in order to avoid having to get double immunized. I only wanted to recv required vaccines. I used a combination of titer labs and vaccines for LVN school.
  10. Visit  I ❤️ Nursing profile page
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    Quote from vintagemother

    I was trying to say that titers will provide proof you received immunizations or have immunity from actually getting the disease. I did this in order to avoid having to get double immunized. I only wanted to recv required vaccines. I used a combination of titer labs and vaccines for LVN school.
    Looks like we posted at the same time. My school required documented titers and then immunization if we weren't positive for them. They are very strict about it. Very expensive if you don't have insurance!! Luckily I was positive for all. We also had to get the flu shot and TDAP which was mandated for us.
  11. Visit  vintagemother profile page
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    We had to get both flu shots h1n1 and regular flu, i believe. Many students waited until right before clinicals began and were time crunched.
  12. Visit  Okie36 profile page
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    Make sure you have proof or get required immunizations. Especially ones like Hep B that come in a series and can only be given in monthly increments. If your school requires a background check start NOW.. I have a few friends that waited on these until clinical time and almost didn't get to go to clinicals...the sooner you do this the better!


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