What is the best way to advance from an LPN to an RN?
Last edit by mk224 on Jun 15
: Reason: Mistyped LPN
Chamberlain has a LPN to BSN program but you'll attend in class in person.
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Lots of schools have LPN-to-RN programs. Which school might work best for your particular circumstances (and budget) is a v. personal choice.
Have you spoken to any schools in your area yet?
If your local college doesn't have a lpn to Rn bridge program, dont worry much about it, it may be better to start with fundamentals like everyone else because if you just right in on a bridge program, you may not be as fluent with doing care plans
like the other students and end up failing because you didnt write the plan like they wanted it. Fundamentals is a great course and may be the most important one in my opinion.
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