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- Dec 23, '09 by dee78Thank you so much for the information!!!
I'm so glad I'm exempt from the A&P and Nutrition. I bought both books so that I can follow along. The dosage calculations test does worry me but I know that for me it's just a matter of slowing down.
Hey, one question, did anyone use a PDA? I have one and I've downloaded several applications onto it and I'm hoping to be able to use it.
- Mar 2, '10 by xbebecxHi all.
I was just wondering where I can find information about chattanooga state's LPN program on their website. I can't seem to find any info. Also, how can a CNA become an LPN? Is there a transition program? Thank you.
- Mar 3, '10 by dee78There isn't a transition program for CNA to LPN.
- Mar 14, '11 by michelledmarshallHow difficult was it to get into the LPN Program? I read there was no pre-reqs for the program, but could someone still get in without taking A&P or Nutrition?
- Mar 16, '11 by dee78Yep, but it is so much easier if you are exempt from taking them...that way you can focus on your nursing classes.
- Mar 31, '11 by michelledmarshallThanks Dee for the information! I was also wondering if the LPN program was really competitive? Do most people take the A&P I and II, and Nutrition class? Everyone tells me those classes are difficult, so if I made a C in one would it hurt my chances? Thanks!
- Jun 14, '11 by my.toysLPN is competitive with about triple the apps to spots. One trick I learned was to buy the edition before the latest version of the textbook, or even two editions back. They are dirt cheap and those old texts are the ones the tests are actually from. I used to get so frustrated when a test question did not reflect the latest edition of the book that we were supposed to buy for big bucks.
You do NOT need to buy the bundle.