Thank you so much for your reply. I just got accepted into the part-time route there starting Aug. 2011. I won't be done until May of 2013..uuuggghhh! Oh well, I live in Madison so it's quite a hike there. Did you find the classes/clinicals to be hard?
*** No, not at all. The only class I really had to study for was micro. I never went to college before, not even to nursing school
for LPN (challenged the LPN NCLEX in Ca based on being a medic in the army. I didn't find it hard at all.
I've been out of school for awhile and for the last 5 years I've stayed home with my two children. Just nervous to start all over. How was the transition course you took over the Summer, what is that all about?
*** I was the first person to do the LPN to RN and there was no transition course required at the time. I never went to a summer classes, just two regular semesters, fall and spring.
I strongly recomend you get into Cynde Larsen's clinical group. She does clinicals in Prairie Du Chene so it will be even farther for you but she is really a great instructor.