Hello, I'm a recent LPN graduate. Well, kinda. I graduated July 28, 05. I passed my boards in early october and then moved to a different state. It's taken this long to get my license transferred over, and now I face the daunting task of entering the medical community.I can't help but to think that:1. 1 year didn't seem quite enough time to cram in all the info necessary to function as a nurse (not to knock lpn's... I am one... but it is just such a serious job, ya know).2. I've been out of school for half as long as my educational program was, and this drops my confidence. (I've spent this time waitressing for rent, and not buried in my books or practicing my skills. My scores on these tests the interviewers are giving aren't where they should be. I mean, I'm passing but... heck I topped my nursing class. Where'd the info go?) 3. Employers are eager to hire new grads and send them out with little to no orientation. (I've even had 2 agency offers.... how does an agency feel safe hirinig a new grad who is alread out of practice???)So, i guess my question is, isn't anyone scared by this? I know a big part of this can be chalked up to new grad gitters, but has anyone else been scared out of their mind. I feel like I'm totally unprepared and this break has worsened my anxieties about it.I thought about taking a refresher course or one of those remedial courses for students preparing to retake the nclex. Is this a good idea? Any input would be greatly appreciated.