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do I have to take ALL lpn CLASSES OR DO i JUST TAKE CERTAIN FEW AND THEN DO THE NCLEX

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by 10ACGIRL 10ACGIRL (New Member) New Member

10ACGIRL has 9 years experience and works as a CNA.

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Hey, I am a cna ALREADY. do I have to take ALL lpn CLASSES OR DO i JUST TAKE CERTAIN FEW AND THEN DO THE NCLEX? Please contact me, I want to know where to start because of class signing deadlines!:yeah::nurse:

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mc3 has 12 years experience.

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You need to take the initiative to look up the information - that's a good first step to becoming a nurse.... Try your local community college, for a start.

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RNBearColumbus has 13 years experience as a ADN and works as a Hospice RN.

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No, in most instances you don't get any prior learning credit for being a CNA. So yes, you will most likely have to take ALL of the LPN classes.

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