Published Aug 1, 2009
I am a rising high school senior, and through our school system/local community college we have an LPN program i am fortunate enough to be starting during my senior year. All of the fees and expenses are around 800 dollars, but that's without tuition! And i am getting my first year of college pretty much taken care of. Several other girls that got accepted aren't doing it because they'd rather wait and get their RN. But i was told it's better to get your LPN before your RN, so you have more experience, and a better hold/knowledge of nursing. Is this true?
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