I just graduated in May from my first year of nursing school
(the LPN year) and I will start the RN year in August. All last year our instructors told us how much harder the RN part was and told us how "easy" we really have it. Basically they had the attitude of "you think this is hard, just wait until next year. you have no idea what hard is". Although I did really well in all my LPN classes, these comments still have me a little nervous. I know every school is different, but I am curious what others have heard or experienced. I have heard that the second year basically goes more in depth over everything we learned the first year and we learn a few more skills. It makes me wonder how it could possibly be harder. What are other people's opinions?