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This is a discussion on LPN programs in the Twin Cities in Minnesota Nursing, part of United States Nursing ... Hey everyone! This is my first post on allnurses.com so please bear with me :D I have just started...by dani_future_nurse Jun 21, '09Hey everyone! This is my first post on allnurses.com so please bear with me I have just started my CNA course this past week and will be done with it and my state test by mid-July. It's a very exciting feeling and I cannot wait to start my career in the medical field. I do not want to stop at my CNA. I was hoping to maybe enroll into a local community college for my LPN. I understand I will have pre-reqs and whatnot before even applying to an LPN program. What is everyone's experience with the LPN programs offered at different colleges in the Twin Cities? Rasmussen seems a bit on the expensive side, but I would be willing to consider it if the reviews were great. I know that St. Paul College, Anoka Tech, Hennepin Tech all have LPN programs. What do you guys think about them? After getting my LPN I would like to do an LPN-RN bridge. Thanks in advance!
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- Jul 8, '09 by LMT7018Hey Future Nurse,
I start my LPN program this August at Hennepin Tech. I'll let you know how first semester goes. I do know that Practical Nursing Program Applications are being accepted July 20-August 8, 2009. You can look on their website for requirements. I think they usually accept all their applicants, but I am not sure. Hope that helps.