I want to get a job in the medical field. I decided that I want to become an LPN. In my state they make enough to survive.. And if I wanted to go for my RN later on there are bridge programs available. I have a 4 year old son, which is why I don't want to be in school forever. Honestly, I would've done this sooner except I've always had an issue with blood and guts. I have enough confidence now to say that I honestly think I could adjust and be a good nurse. My other concern is the TEASV. It's scary to me because I graduated HS back in 2005 and my math skills are not where they should be. I basically need to reteach myself in math. My grades back in high school were mostly b's with a few c's. I almost failed but went crazy making up a lot of work before graduation. I ordered a study guide and have several math apps, trying to get back up to where I should be. I'm just wondering if I'm smart enough to even do this?