Lvn to ADN Bridge online?

  1. Hi!!
    I have been an LVN for 5 months and I'm anxious to get my ADN. I have 2 kids and work so I would love to find an online program or partially online program. Anyone have any advice or suggestions? Thank you!
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  3. by   Sour Lemon
    Quote from MamaKR
    Hi!!
    I have been an LVN for 5 months and I'm anxious to get my ADN. I have 2 kids and work so I would love to find an online program or partially online program. Anyone have any advice or suggestions? Thank you!
    Have you taken all of your prerequisites yet? Many of those might be available online. Actual nursing classes for LVN to RN would be very rare to find online (if they exist).
  4. by   praise2u
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  5. by   praise2u
    Quote from MamaKR
    Hi!!
    I have been an LVN for 5 months and I'm anxious to get my ADN. I have 2 kids and work so I would love to find an online program or partially online program. Anyone have any advice or suggestions? Thank you!
    Achievetestprep.com
  6. by   Sour Lemon
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    Achievetestprep.com
    That's not an actual nursing school according to the fine print on their own site:
    Achieve Test Prep is a college education consultant and test preparation center that helps you earn your degree faster. Achieve Test Prep is not a college and does not issue degrees or give college credit.
  7. by   praise2u
    Yes this is true. You take the courses with them then you test out of that course at Pearson view. You can call and find out about the program.
  8. by   Ddestiny
    I went to an LPN/EMT to RN bridge program that had all of its classwork online, at Hutchinson Community College. You do have to go to campus in Hutchinson, KS for orientation and the first couple of semesters have all of their clinicals in that general area. The third/last semester you can get things set up to do 1/2 of your clinicals in your area. We had people flying in from all over the place -- Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, New Jersey to name a few. Most came in for a week at a time -- they'd do 3 clinicals, take one day off, then do 3 clinicals again and go home (no more than 3 12-hr clinicals in a row per the program). If I remember correctly there were 7 clinical days 1st semester and 6 over the summer, and ~15-ish the last semester.

    And I loved the dynamic between the LPNs and the EMTs, which have such different education backgrounds. The program is a legit brick-and-mortar and costs ~$5,000 for the whole thing which helps offset costs of travel.


    Here's a link to an old thread about the school where I put more specifics of the program. I think there are other threads about it as well if you do some searching. Accepted!!
  9. by   meanmaryjean
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    Achievetestprep.com
    NOT a legit school- a scam way of separating you from your hard-earned money. AVOID
  10. by   meanmaryjean
    Quote from praise2u
    Achievetestprep.com
    NOT a legit school- a scam way of separating you from your hard-earned money. AVOID

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