LPN for many years to qualify to take RN boards - page 2

Hey all! I have a co-worker that mentioned that she had heard that if you have been an LPN for a number of years you can possibly qualify to sit for the RN Boards without going back to school. Has anyone heard of this?... Read More

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    No. Content in RN schools is much different, and you can't learn it with experience. It is not something you can just catch up in years of being LPN.
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    Nope. You can't do it. A long time ago, LPN's used to, if they had a physician who was willing to say they had the experience to do so. Now, no one can. RN is tons different from LPN. I know, I just graduated with my BSN....after being an LPN for 8 years.

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