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ASN Degree (RN)-Can You Still Test For LPN?

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by heedy11 heedy11 (New Member) New Member

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I graduated from a traditional ASN program and went to work for a few months as a RN. I failed the NCLEX and now can't continue to work as a RN until I obtain a license. I am currently studying (on step 1 of Suzanne's plan) to retake the NCLEX-RN. I'm extremely nervous about failing again and was wondering, can you take the LPN test with an ASN Degree? What steps would I need to take to become a LPN if I fail the NCLEX-RN again?:uhoh21: Thanks for any help, it's very much appreciated!

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BVFD 333 has 14 years experience and specializes in ED, Cardiology.

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I read yesterday about a person who faild NCLEX RN times 2 or 3 and took LPN Nclex and passed. So ...I think you can.

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