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ISU LPN to BSN ..RN Graduate in Washington State.. letter of guidance to such students

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cleealto specializes in Cardiology and General.

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You are reading page 4 of ISU LPN to BSN ..RN Graduate in Washington State.. letter of guidance to such students. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

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I live in Illinois as well, did you ever get an answer to this question?

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I just got accepted into ISU, but still have 2 classes to take. ( Chem and College algebra) So as of right now i'm Pre LVN-BSN. I know it's competitive. I'm just wondering how they choose who gets in. Is there a points system? If so, what were the average points needed? Thanks ! Sorry if this was already asked.

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Hello! Thank you so much for all info. I'm glad to hear about someone from the same state actually completed the program. I recently just got accepted into this fall semester. I also live in WA. So excited and nervous in the same time. Also, just learned about it is going to be the first clinical for NURS304. May I ask how did you find the clinical site? Thank you very much.

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Hi Cleealto,

I just found your post regarding ISU. Hopefully you are still active on this site. I'm an LPN in WA state, have all required pre-reqs done, and considering applying to ISU for the LPN to BSN. I just sent you a friend request. I would love to chat via message if you're still willing to offer advice?

Thank you!

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Hey, I know I am very late to the party, but can I ask a few questions about the LPN-BSN program?

1) How hard, on a scale of 1-10 (har), were the classes?
2) How much did the program, in total, cost?
3) Was it difficult to juggle school, work, and life?

I'll probably think of more late.

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Hi! I start the ISU program in a couple of weeks. I currently work at St. Joe's in Tacoma, and I see that most of my clinical sites can be at St. Joe's hospital. How did you find your preceptors? How would you rate job placement after this? How would you compare your knowledge gained vs. people who went the traditional RN route in class?

Sorry for all the questions, I am just super excited to see someone in my state go through the same process as myself!

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lauranurselaura has 15 years experience and specializes in Clinical Research.

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Hi Vivika!

Congratulations! You'll probably get the best responses by joining the ISU LPN to BSN FB page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/isubsn/

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