Roll Call: Starting Sp 2013 LPN - page 2

So I start LPN school Feb 2013. I'm in an 18 month evening program set to complete Fall 2014. I'm nervous and overjoyed at the same time. This is a second career for me, but I feel like I did... Read More

  1. by   ndavis1672
    I start Jan 2013. My program is 16 months. I am beyond excited to start, It's also a second career for me.
  2. by   Emschick78
    Hello all!I am currently in the LPN program FT days, and it's a 12 month course. Which is broken up into semesters. I eat, sleep, live and breath studying!!!! It's seriously no joke how intense this program is. I will suggest that if you have no medical background and have your texts start looking at them. Our class started with 60 student in first quarter we are now down to 25. I'm in sec one quarter now (life span, pharmacology, funds 2) pharmacology is kicking my behind! I usually study between 3-5 hours a night and at least 8 on the weekends. Get mobile aps for your phone and study anywhere and everywhere you go. Especially NCLEX style questions. Set up a schedule for yourself and try to stick to it. I got re-acquainted with my local library and it was the best thing I did!!!! Sometimes I'll go to B&N if I'm tired (they have coffee) lolI wish each and everyone success in your nursing career!
  3. by   xAllisonWonderlandx
    I start in Jan 2013 and I'm nervous but excited!! It's a 13 month program.
  4. by   gaflamingo
    I start the Dalton State College LPN program in January 2013 as well! I am excited for this opportunity. Should take 16-18 months to complete.
  5. by   aspiringRN89
    Starting in Jan at Monroe College , hoping all goes all... Best of luck to everyone!!
  6. by   NurseB215
    Hey guys I start a full time 12 month program in Philly (Lincoln Tech), in March 2013...super excited and nervous!! Good luck everyone
  7. by   RMA2PN
    I start the Practical Nursing program at Albany Technical College on Jan 7th 2013!! I will graduate Fall 2014 I just have to work hard to get there. I finished medical assisting too but they done pay anywhere near as good as they do LPNs. ha lol The first Dr. Office I had an interview for offered me 8.55 an hr. lol best of luck to everyone who starts in spring of 2013, see you at the finish line!!!!!
  8. by   Nursing Pride
    I will be starting in January again , I am excited and nervous at the same time.
  9. by   pnkgirl25
    I start Jan 14th it's a10 month program. I'm scared out of my mind but have no other choice but to pass. My life and my daughters future depends on it.
  10. by   Tflowers34907
    Quote from IAmNotForgotten
    So I start LPN school Feb 2013. I'm in an 18 month evening program set to complete Fall 2014. I'm nervous and overjoyed at the same time. This is a second career for me, but I feel like I did starting school the first time!! All of my paperwork is done, but I haven't bought my books yet. I will probably do that next month.

    Anyone else starting in the Spring? How long is your program? How are you feeling? How are you prepping for this next big move of your life?
    My LPN program starts January 2nd! I am excited but panicked already. I didn't find out I got in until last week and now I have 1,000,000,000,000 things to do! CPR certification, immunizations, physical dental, background, pray for $$... Lol, I can get it all done but I just hope I still have hair by the time its all beginning. Anywho my program is a 1 year program so I will graduate in December 2013 God willing. Best of luck to everyone!
  11. by   lpnwcctee
    My program starts January 7 it's a 12 month program and I'll be attending Wallace community college in Eufaula Al.
  12. by   akulahawkRN
    I'm about 90% certain that I'll be starting an LVN program this January. I will most likely be done this coming December. There's some things I need to still iron out, but it looks like this is the path I'm going to have to take to reach my ultimate goal of BSN.
  13. by   Manofstone
    Grats! I myself will start in Jan. 2013 and will graduate in Dec. 2013. I'm very much a step-by-step person and so I'm not freaking out. In fact, today, I'll be contacting a local government agency for college funds and tomorrow I'll be finishing up with my shots for school. Step-by-step!