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This is a discussion on Difference between the LPN and RN Nclex Exam in Washington Nursing, part of United States Nursing ... Does anyone know what the differences are between the Nclex~LPN and the Nclex~RN? I remember taking...by Mm3p4 Feb 5, '12Does anyone know what the differences are between the Nclex~LPN and the Nclex~RN? I remember taking the Nclex~Lpn exam a few years ago, and I really didn't think it was all that bad. The hardest part was just trying to relax so I could think straight and understand the questions. I think the biggest part is HOW to take the test, not so much remembering all the knowledge that is crammed in your brain. Please share your ideas!
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- Mar 9, '12 by lllenjolllits the level of attained educ.
associate degree/ bachelor degree holder can take NCLEX-RN or NCLEX-LPN.
taking up LVN course can take NCLEX-LPN but not NCLEX-RN.
Here's an overview of nursing hierarchy.
RN > LPN > CNA. :O
- Mar 10, '12 by tokmomWell, I took the LPN years ago, so maybe it's changed. I then took the RN 4 yrs later. The LPN wasn't as indepth as the RN test was. I don't remember it being as difficult, whereas the RN test was a bit more indepth. Both were given over 2 days back then.