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Telling instructors that you are already an LVN...? - page 2

I am a newish LVN (working for a year) and I have just begun the transition program at my school where you start in the second level of the RN program. I didn't mind if my classmates knew that I was... Read More

  1. Visit  terkissha profile page
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    I am very excited to say that was accepted into the LPN -RN program & I start May 2013!!!! I have been a LPN for almost 6 years. I have primarily worked in LTC & home health, so I am very nervous about clinicals. Working in LYC & home health, you don't get to use very many skills. I'm praying that I don't look like an idiot. How are things going for you?
  2. Visit  TheCommuter profile page
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    I completed an LPN-to-RN bridge program at a trade school. All of my classmates were LPNs because all students had to present a valid LPN license in order to be admitted into the program.

    Anyhow, even though we were all LPNs, our skill sets varied. Some of my classmates were working in rural ERs and had a wide range of procedural skills. Other classmates had only a few months of home health experience, had not worked in nursing in several years and were basically clueless.