Roll Call, LPN to RN Students!!! - page 4

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  1. by   LauraF, RN
    I am an LPN and just finished my last RN semester. So I will probably be able to take boards at the end of January beginning of February. I found out the beginning of this semester I am expecting #3 at the ripe old age of 39. I currently have 2 Five year olds. I am not working because I wanted to concentrate on making decent grades. Good luck to everyone.

    Forgot to add that I have been an LPN for 16 years.
  2. by   yvonnemuse
    I have been an LPN since 1990 and am the mom of 2 boys ages 10 and 13, a stepmom to a 15 year old and am owned by two dogs and 2 cats. I am studying for my CPNE now. I have taken FOREVER to get this far due to life circumstances but here I am. I am nervous about this clinical exam I believe mostly because of the cost riding on it and my GN hinges on it too!
  3. by   suzy~nurse
    hello everyone~ i am an excelsior college student. lpn for 8 years. finally getting my rn. i am halfway thru the program!
    :hatparty: celebrating today! i just passed my a&p exam! woohoo!
  4. by   nursesherry
    Hi I am Sherry. I am an LPN and I work full-time doing stress tests for a cardiology office. I have been signed up with RUE for over a year and still have not taken my first exam. I cannot seem to get motivated to do this. I know it is something I need to do and I want to do but maybe it was a mistake trying to do it on my own. I am beginning to think I should have just gone back to school. But now I have all this money into RUE. I don't know what to do. Any advice?
  5. by   lcbradley
    Indiana State University has an LPN-BSN program that can be done completely online. The clinicals are preceptored in your area provided your state is on their approval list. Check out their website at www.indstate.edu for more info.
  6. by   Nursebaby23
    Hi everyone! My name is Tiffany, and I have been a LPN for 2 1/2 years. I am 24, no kids (yet), no husband (yet). I started back to school last January and will graduate in May '06 as an ADN. 1 more semester!!!!:hatparty: :hatparty:
  7. by   jaxmom63
    Hello. My name is Emmy. I am a 42 year old single mom of a 16 year old rock guitar player. I have had a wonderful time this semester studying to the smooth sounds of Def Leppard, Jimi Hendrix and Judas Priest. I have finals for the next four days so my darling child is staying at his best friend and bandmates house. God bless that child's mom. I have one semester to go and then................................I CAN'T WAIT TO START WORKING.
    Not going to complain too much about the kid, though. He made almost $600 playing the guitar last weekend. If he keeps this up, I may not have to work as hard into my retirement!!!
  8. by   tern
    hello i am terry been a lpn for 12 years, single mom of 13 year old girl
    currently taking a&p 2 and plan to take the entrance exam for helene fuld in nyc. i have worked in psych./or/derm./ob love what i do can't wait to get my rn.
  9. by   tomkel2000
    I am soo excited for you. I am currently taking micro and I still have all of the nursing concept couses left. Any advice on the nusing concept courses? How long did it take you to get done? What program did you go through? I took a&p 3 weeks ago and got a B. I'm sure you'll do fine. Good luck.
  10. by   Indigo_Beauty
    Hey I'm a single mom of three girls, I have been a lpn for 4 years working high tech PEDS I plan to stop working during the week and attend school fulltime and only work agency duing the weekends. I start next summer!!!!!:hatparty:
  11. by   LeibeOma
    hi,
    I'm a 44 year old LPN who has just started the long haul for RN status. I have to take one class online through a ND school and then can take most of the rest through my local tech school online. When I get off the waiting list I will take the rest (clinical) at the local tech school. I've been an LPN for just over 8 years and I love it. However I finally decided to go for the better pay and more responsibility. I will miss the one on one with the patient though so as soon as possible I will be getting into a unit at our little hospital. Either ER of OB.
  12. by   CyndieRN2007
    Hey ya'll, I'm a 28 year old female and I just graduated with PN on Dec 14. Now I'm scraping up the money to take boards. In my school we head right into the RN program, I will start back up on Jan 17. I will graduate with RN in Dec 06. After that, I will go to BSN!!! Look foward to chatting with ya'll!!
  13. by   futureDON
    Greetings everyone! My name is Jessica and I graduate in March 2006 to be an LPN. I'm looking for a LPN to RN school in the Cincinnati/Dayton area! Can anyone help??

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