LPN to RN - page 5
Hi...I have 4 weeks before graduation! Will take my NCLEX_PN shortly after that! I am soooo happy. Does anyone here or is anyone taking the LPN to RN through REGENTS (Excelsior College)? I... Read More
Sep 2, '05Joined: Sep '05; Posts: 3Quote from nanslpnany assistance on nursing concepts 4, it's really kicking my butt...comic sans msnavy
hi, i'm so glad to hear a good report. i'm looking into these programs, did you go thru excelsior directly or did you use rue? there is so much info out there, i'm trying to research everything before i pay anything any advice you offer is greatly appreciated.
Sep 2, '05Joined: Sep '05; Posts: 3Quote from L2639LPNHi...I have 4 weeks before graduation! Will take my NCLEX_PN shortly after that! I am soooo happy.
Does anyone here or is anyone taking the LPN to RN through REGENTS (Excelsior College)?
I read a post where they failed one student during the clinical exam part because her apical pulse was different from the examiners. Anyone know anything about this program? What about RUE????
I did the regents program in 96. Yes, they failed all of us on vital signs on one of our patients if you can believe that. I'm looking for the latest study guides for the seven exams because I'm starting a business writing good, quality, inexpensive study guides for the tests. Do you have them or know anyone that does? I can tell you the details of who did and didn't pass the clinical and why (I passed the first time although I did fail that one patient on VS) Thanx for any help. email@example.com
Sep 2, '05Joined: Sep '05; Posts: 3Quote from ryaninmtvI graduated from Excelsior this spring and got my RN license last month (I still have my LPN license). For my money, it's the only way to go. You have to be VERY motivated and push yourself to finish the classes but if you don't have the time to go through a traditional program it's the way to go.
As a side note, I didn't think the clinical was as brutal as advertised. Just give yourself three months to prepare (seriously) and you'll do fine. I passed it the first time around.,
Do you still have the study outlines for the 7 exams?? Need them desperately. Thanx for any help. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sep 2, '05Joined: Sep '05; Posts: 3Quote from bandaidexpertL2: I will be ready to sit for the RN boards in October. I went through Excelsior. I found you have to be very disciplined. (I had to learn this trait, and it was not easy)I work full time. I could order most study guides and schedule and pay for exams online, which really helps. Check to see where the nearest Prometric test center is. Mine was in the next city-an hour drive. Most tests you can take on Saturdays. But, I made it, between dealing with a 17 year old, a home, a husband and working full time oh and I can't forget NASCAR, I made it. Good Luck!
Does anyone have the outlines for the 7 excelsior exams? need them badly. Thanx email@example.comLast edit by equar on Sep 2, '05
Sep 27, '05Joined: Nov '04; Posts: 49; Likes: 65If you are referring to the content guides, then you can download them for free on Excelsior's website.
Quote from equarDoes anyone have the outlines for the 7 excelsior exams? need them badly. Thanx firstname.lastname@example.org
Jul 1, '07Joined: Jul '07; Posts: 1Hello Everybody,I just joined allnurses. .. and I have a question. I will be attending lpn school in January..Once completing the program..I want to become a rn...My hometown is New Orleans..I am planning on going back home...after completion of the lpn program...is there a lpn-rn bridge program in New Orleans?