Commuter, How do you remember this stuff? lol
All my ducks are in a row for LPN school. I have already been accepted and my financial aid has already been approved so it seems like the way to go. I can only pray it is the right choice. Like most things, I am sure it will be what I make of it.
I'm starting next month too. My orientation is the 5th & 6th. I'm getting excited & a bit scared too. I'm an older student & am sort of wondering if my old brain will be able to remember all I'll need to.
I just had my orientation on Monday for the lpn program. They made it very interesting and fun but basically talked about creating a good study environment and study habits and study skills. In addition school rules and expectation. My first class was last night, Nursing Foundations 1, and I can tell you I already have several chapters to read. It will be hard, but we all can do it! Good luck to each of you and I will be talking to all of you because I will be needing some encouragement and support!
P.S I am addicted to allnurses.com also, I dont always post but I read, read, read. Just cant beat the knowledge and information that you find on this website. A great place to meet and make friends!
I enrolled at ECPI/MCI. The school is VERY expensive but I saw no other choice. All the local schools here have a waiting list of about 2-3 years. I am working on my pre-reqs as well while I am in the lpn program. Hopefully I can just do the bridge to the rn program without waiting. Dont know why, but it is much easier and less wait to get into the rn program once you are an lpn. In the long run it will definitely pay off.