LPN or ADN? - page 3
The local community college offers a LPN program. I'm thinking LPN equals getting your foot in the door. Faster schooling. Faster to a paycheck. My husband tells me he has heard LPN is Low Pay Nurse. All of the... Read More
- 0Apr 8, '13 by memphismomIt really depends on you. For me, I know I wouldn't be satisfied until I got my BSN and all those bridges just do not appeal to me. I'd rather do one program and be done with it instead of doing LPN, then LPN-RN, then RN-BSN. I'd rather just knock it out in one shot!
BUT if you are satisfied with the LPN and don't mind a bridge some time in your future I don't think it's a bad idea at all! I was seriously considering the LPN program as well not too long ago! You'll still be a nurse!