I graduated from the Chicago Public Schools Practical Nursing program a year ago. I failed my exit exam by like 3 points so I can't go on to take boards for my LPN. I'm constantly trying to get in contact with them so that I can move on and take boards but every time they're giving me the run around. My plan was to take boards and then do a bridge program. I really want to be a nurse!!!! I work as a CNA at a hospital and seeing what the nurses do I KNOW I got what it takes!!!.
but this program is stopping that. Should I just say forget it and go for the RN?
The Chicago Public Schools Practical Nursing Program is and was a success. I graduated (under the leadership of Dr. ***** and her knowledgeable but tough teaching staff) and passed boards first attempt. I am a RN with years of ICU and military experience, matriculating through my masters degree.This LPN program gave me and several of my friends a solid nursing and professional foundation and was worth all efforts. I encourage students to study hard and your outcome will be victorious!
Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Jun 7, '15
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