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LPN/LVN   (341 Views | 4 Replies)

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If i attend a community college for an associates degree program, will i be an LPN or an RN?

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RNhopeful2015 is a LPN and specializes in Med/Surg and LTC.

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If you do the full 5 semester program, you’d be an RN, ADN

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Rose_Queen is a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in OR, education.

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What licensure does the program lead to? My guess would be RN, but the most accurate answer will come from the program. However, you aren’t either until you e passed the NCLEX exam. 

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mcjobson has 7 years experience as a ADN, BSN, LPN, RN and specializes in Cardiovascular.

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Some programs, like the one I attended, allow you to sit for the NCLEX-PN at the halfway point.

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Before you can sit in a classroom at a community college, there's some hoops you have to jump through first. You have to through admissions to be admitted into the program (although there may be a waiting list). You may have to take some basic math classes before the prerequisite of college algebra can be taken. What is the description of this program? 

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