i start an adn program on the 20th, there are no lpn-rn bridge programs close by me. people are telling me that the first 2 semesters of an adn program are about the same as the year long lpn program. ???
question for those who went through a lpn program recently......how does it compare with that? i know the classes will go much deeper and there is a ton of material that lpn school probably didnt touch on.....but the pace? i know my lpn program was fast paced,material being thrown at you a mile a minute....instructors readying you for nclex....projects and presentations galore,the stress of passing your med calc test as well as your lab skills....i passed in the high 80s,i was 45 and very proud of myself...now i am going on 50 and doing this again,and looking forward to the challenge
while i was in lpn school i made time for kids sports,we went on vacation-took my books on that vacation cause we had a test the day we returned. i did take my notes and books with me every chance i had-if i had to bring my son to basketball practice-i stayed and studied....
i feel like i am not a very deep thinker-i am good at critical thinking,but when put on the spot and asked a question i seem not to be able to answer as thourough as i want. i find myself later hitting my head wishing i would of said this,or said that,its like i know it,but it isnt at that the surface for me to spit out. ads by google