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LPN or RN? - page 2

On my last question, I asked if there were any legitimite LPN to BSN programs and found that yes, they are real and credited. My ultimate goal is to become a Neonatal practioner:heartbeat, and I plan... Read More

  1. Visit  upstatenygirl profile page
    #13 0
    'cause i don't think i'll get in.... i didn't do that great on the teasv (lpn exam) but i got an interview. i think it had to do with the classes i've taken and i made the dean's list one semester. but i haven't taken chemistry yet---and i passed math with a c . i'm guessing the entrance exam for the rn exam is just as hard (the lpn one consists of a & p, physics, chemistry, math, and a tiny section on grammar mechanics). i was shocked when i made it as far as the interview process. many of the students applying have gotten awesome scores on the entrance exams as well as a high gpa. i guess i just want to take it slower so i know i won't fail.
  2. Visit  SlinkyheadRN profile page
    #14 0
    Its the same entrance exam which you can always take again....and dont put all your eggs in one basket....try some other schools and you know youre going to have to take the classes regardless...just get them over with. Dont doubt yourself girl!!
  3. Visit  upstatenygirl profile page
    #15 0
    lol--i know right. btw you would think this is my thread
    i'll see what happens...