Published Jun 22, 2009
I have been trying to find a college in any state that has a fast track program for lpn/lvn's where you can test in without all of the prerequisites.
In 1988 my college did not give us credits for our courses, which I was not aware of until the end!
I have been a lpn for approx. 20 years. I don't have the luxury of time to go the slow route.
It seems that Arizona has some colleges that you can test in. My grade point average (GPA) was 3.72 and I was on the Presidents Honor Roll.
Anyone know of anything out there, anywhere? I will move if I have to.
TheCommuter, BSN, RN
Murray State College offers a bridge program where LPNs are eligible to challenge certain courses. It is located in Oklahoma.
I attend a private bridge program in Oklahoma City that is 14 months long and includes all prerequisites. In addition, they will credit you with any prerequisite classes you may have completed.
Thanks to TheCommuter! I appreciate that and will look into it.
Commuter; How hard is it to get grants, scholarships, assistance for this? Also, it looks as though I can possibly test out and will only have 1-2 semesters. Have you heard anything about this? thanks
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