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- by lostgurl307 Jul 25I'm a student at a community college for adn degree but my grades are not as competitive as most of the students attending and I was wondering if I should attend a lpn program first than a rn program because I feel like I wont get in and I'm so terrified about getting rejected. I'm only 20 and have no kids and live with my family but I really want to move out soon I was wondering also how good is a lpn salary and can I live good is a still going back to school for my rn? And should go for lpn because of mi grades at community College?Last edit by Esme12 on Jul 26 : Reason: TOS/english only pls/NO TEXT SPEAK
- Jul 25 by ebailey1218I know you are only 20 years old, but you are wanting to become a nurse, who is a professional in their field. It is never too early to start presenting yourself as a professional. Writing in text speak and shorthand might be okay for text messages, but when looking for advice from educated people, you might get more of a response if you write professionally.
Good luckLast edit by ebailey1218 on Jul 25 : Reason: softened how I replied
- Jul 25 by lorirn2bYour post is a little confusing, and not just because it's hard to decipher, but are you in the nursing program or taking pre reqs? If you are just doing pre reqs you have time to bring your GPA up if you buckle down, unless you are just about done with pre reqs. You also have your TEAS score (or HESI) depending on your college, so you can bring up your chances by doing well on that. Your adviser will let you know what you need to do, and she/he will sit down with you and make out a plan. Just stick do it and do well. Good luck!
- Jul 25 by manuskoI sadly could understand it but it did take a few extra mins. I always wondered how those who grew up with texting would do with writing in a formal setting.
- Jul 25 by kguill975I'm a huge advocate for LPN school, for those in your situation. It's a more lenient transition to nursing, not easier, just more lenient. In addition to the initial licensure, you can pursue an ADN, at your own pace. Although, I didn't become a LPN first, many of my friends who did not pass courses in our ADN program did. Good Luck and study hard!
- Jul 25 by StaceyClarkI have been an LPN for 17 years and I am now trying to fill out the interview question portion of the application. All my answers seem to be ridiculous. They are true but sound like I am trying to hard. Any advice?
- Jul 25 by Fireman767well ill give some solid advice here. if your attending community college and dont have a competitive gpa, i would recommend going the LPN route. with how competitive RN programs are, they want top grades, and with how easy community colleges are compared to universities you may need to work towards better grades or go a route that isnt as competitive. either LPN or CNA would be a route to go.
and to also say it, write professionally. If you cant write as if this was serious why should i take your question seriously?
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