Congrats! I totally get your excitement and nervousness! I was an LPN for 3 years and then went back to school to start taking my pre-reqs for the bridge program. Tomorrow starts my last semester and fingers crossed May will be graduation...finally. But it's not the end of my college career. I'll be right back taking classes in the summer to apply toward my RN to BSN program
Take a deep breath, try to relax. In all honesty, I found my LPN schooling much more intense and stressful than my RN program. All of our LPN's are doing wonderfully in the classes. I find it more of a refresher course. While some new skills are learned, 99% of them I had done and have mastered (somewhat haha) during my LPN schooling and in my career as an LPN. The classes for me were refreshers of the ones I took during my LPN schooling. Yes, there maybe some things new but because of already having been through the course, I don't have to spend as much time studying as I did the first time I learned it and can spend more time on the new material.
Having already been through the LPN program, the RN program won't be such a shock to the system. You have already experienced the stress, lack of sleep, hours of studying, learning a new way to study and answer NCLEX style questions and time management. Best of luck to you...While I know you are looking at the time remaining until you are finished but I promise, you will blink your eyes and realize holy moly...it's so close.