what do you think ?

  1. ive been thinking about going into nursing for about a year or so off and on but now im 100% sure

    im taking my cna in a few months and i was wondering if i should do
    cna - rn
    is its hard to find cna work in the sandeigo /oceanside area?
    if i decide to take my lvn is a t.v school the best choice(bryman, maric etc..)
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  3. by   TheCommuter
    I completed a Southern California vocational LVN program last year and have no regrets for the decision I made. These technical schools are very expensive, but there's no waiting lists.

    If RN is your goal and you have time on your hands, go straight for the RN program. Be advised that CNA work is backbreaking.