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Lpn to Rn in 6months

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@Born2BAnurse Everyone has there personal opinion on things You have to find the program that works for your situation. In my case I’m from NY and was in community college getting absolutely no where toward the nursing program although I have been an Lpn for a couple of years. As for the boards a school can teach you everything and you still might not pass the board. It all depends on the person and what kind of effort they put into there studies. In my opinion I would just pick the program that works for your situation. In New York I can’t speak for any other states with employment it doesn’t matter where you went to school the license is the only thing that matters.

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Nurse.Kelsey has 0 years experience as a RN and specializes in Pediatric Home Health (LPN).

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Siene College NCLEX-RN they had 3 sit and 2 passed.

Medlife? about 20% pass rate in each campus.

These numbers matter. Please look into the schools you consider. Theres a reason why they dont really have any people attending their programs. Or maybe they have more than 3 in the program but only 3 made it to the nclex.

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In my Rn class there were 15 students that finished the Rn program 9 has currently passed Rn boards within the last 3 months 1 has failed and the rest has not sat for boards as yet. Yes I do agree you have to look into programs that will work for your situation but I would not say any of these programs are bad just because of pass rate many factors go into passing nclex whether English is your first language as a lot of my classmates English was not there first language and it took them longer to understand things. Just find the school or program that you will be comfortable in study hard and everything will work out.

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