Hey! I just graduated from LPN school in july & passed my boards in August! Everyone has a different experience in nursing school, but in the end, its what YOU make of it. IMO, i didnt think the material they taught was all that hard, but the BS they put you through, and all the preperation for clinicals and the paperwork & research for clinicals was the hard part for me. Add on top of that my lack of $$, family issues & having to drive over an hour to and from school-that also made it hard. BUT I wouldnt change it for the world, and to be honest, i kind of miss school, so that's why i'm going back to get my RN.
I dont know your current situation or how much support you get at home, b/c that is so important that your family be there for you. Also, dont let yourself fall behind on anything (assignments). And of course, if your class was anything like mine, you will have all the standard high school behavior of people acting like jerks, so steer very clear of all that & you'll be fine. Dont sweat the small stuff! How long is yall's program & when is graduation?
(sorry this post is so long!)