I've been in the process of applying for the LPN program at my local voc. school,and even though I don't exactly have a stellar educational history,I figured I'd do well enough on the NET to get in to the program. I opf course will get a study guide,but I am such a wreck about the whole thing? Will I pass the test? Will I get in?
At least I have a plan if I don't . I was thinking about taking a CNA program at the Red Cross..I can be done in a month,and then I'll get a job in an LTC facility. I'm hoping this will help me brush up on formulas and to get practical experience. But, since not all schools
require prior experience if I get my CNA and my HS and College grades aren't great will I get in then? Despite all the problems that could potentially arise, I still am sure I want to be a nurse. Do you think the CNA plan will be beneficial or is there something else I could do instead? Thanks for any help