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Lone Star College LVN hopefuls Fall 2019

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49 minutes ago, Michelle Trybom-Brown said:
2 minutes ago, jhiggins2 said:
50 minutes ago, Michelle Trybom-Brown said:

Add yourselves onto the list.

erivee (M) 7.6

jhiggins2 (K,M) 7.56

Michelle Trybom-Brown (M, K) 7.408

 

 

 

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I so did that wrong.

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erivee (M) 7.6

jhiggins2 (K,M) 7.56

Michelle Trybom-Brown (M, K) 7.408

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Just now, erivee said:

I so did that wrong.

So did I lol

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2 minutes ago, erivee said:

I so did that wrong.

How did you not get accepted into the ADN program with a 7.6?

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I'm old lol I'm only applying for LVN. Long story short I applied and got accepted in 2017 but failed my 1st semester. I've got 4 kids and a husband who works out of town  ALOT. Not that that's an excuse. Life happened I guess I can say. So yea that's why I'm just applying to LVN.

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3 minutes ago, erivee said:

I'm old lol I'm only applying for LVN. Long story short I applied and got accepted in 2017 but failed my 1st semester. I've got 4 kids and a husband who works out of town  ALOT. Not that that's an excuse. Life happened I guess I can say. So yea that's why I'm just applying to LVN.

Lol. I say I'm old too but want to get the full BSN. I'll be 46 this year luckily my second kid is graduating high school this year and my youngest graduates next year. Not sure how people do all this with young kids. Good luck to you.

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Thank you. Yea after failing I told myself maybe after my last kid is in school I'll go back. So here I am applying again fingers crossed it goes way better. And my youngest sleeps through the night now so I got hope. I would love to get my BSN but I think that's still a while away for me. There were a couple girls in the program with 4-5 kids who did it so it is possible. I guess it just wasn't my time yet. Good luck on your nursing journey too! 

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I debate on LVN or ADN program. In either case it would be at Cy-Fair. I don't know about the context of the programs and until I read post here was going to apply at both for Jan. Maybe my age (44) is a factor in leaning towards ADN, but I'm interested in knowing the motivation behind choosing LVN

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22 hours ago, jhiggins2 said:

erivee (M) 7.6

jhiggins2 (K,M) 7.56

Michelle Trybom-Brown (M, K) 7.408

Ven14 (M,K) 7.47

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erivee (M) 7.6

jhiggins2 (K,M) 7.56

Ven14  (M,K) 7.47

Michelle Trybom-Brown (M, K) 7.408

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14 hours ago, twindaddy75 said:

I debate on LVN or ADN program. In either case it would be at Cy-Fair. I don't know about the context of the programs and until I read post here was going to apply at both for Jan. Maybe my age (44) is a factor in leaning towards ADN, but I'm interested in knowing the motivation behind choosing LVN

It is easier to get into the ADN program if you transition from LVN. You have better chances of getting a spot.

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