Does anyone know of any good online LPN to RN progams for Indiana?

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Hello,

I'm an LPN, and I want to get my RN, but I'm terrible at math. Just curious if anyone knows of any LPN to RN programs online that don't require math.

irizarryj

8 Posts

Has 13 years experience.

Don't you need math for Lpn as well?

pookyp, LPN

1,073 Posts

I would think every program requires math. Whether it be online or a brick and mortar. Instead if running away from it, try to learn it and get better at it. That's what I did. I also hate math. But it is what it is.

eturner7

44 Posts

I don't know if it requires math but Indiana State University has an LPN to BSN program.

HippyDippyLPN

351 Posts

I hate math too just suck it up and do it. I actually found I absorb it much better this go around. And it is handy to know some of it for work.

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Lunah, MSN, RN

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Specializes in EMS, ED, Trauma, CNE, CEN, CPEN, TCRN. Has 15 years experience.
Excelsior college

EC requires math.

JustBeachyNurse, LPN

1 Article; 13,952 Posts

Specializes in Complex pedi to LTC/SA & now a manager. Has 13 years experience.

It's standard for nearly all schools to require at least basic algebra if not statistics. It may even be an accreditation requirement, I'd have to look to be certain.

Why not try updating your math skills. There are many resources including Khan Academy that help you 'get' math concepts.

JustBeachyNurse, LPN

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Specializes in Complex pedi to LTC/SA & now a manager. Has 13 years experience.

ISU and Excelsior both require math. As ISU is a BSN program I believe statistics is the required math if not algebra.