Hi, my name is Autumn, and I'm about to start taking prereqs for MA at the community college I go to. I know that there have been similar questions posed, but I still feel like I'm not getting the answers I need based on others responses.So a little background about my plan: After I get my MA, I'd like to work in the field for a few years, sometime in those few years I wouldn't mind obtaining a phlebotomy license. I'm really interested in those two paths, and want to explore this area of practice, though the end goal is LVN.That being said, I'm not very good with math and sciences (the concepts of sciences I can do, not so much the math). I want to spend the few years that I'm a MA working on developing those skills that I need before I begin school for LVN.While I do want to become an LVN, I'm not sure now is a great time to be investing in it, and there is a little background on that:I am almost finished with community college, and when I end will have an AA and an AS, and have finished the program for MA. I'm a few classes short of the AA and AS. So I don't want to drop community college for a school like Concorde, though that is where I will probably go for schooling as an LVN.As far as costs go for MA, the majority of it is covered by financial aid, so it'd not a lot out of pocket for me to do. That's why I'm thinking it may be convenient for me to just go through the MA program, do that for a couple of years, and then when I feel comfortable, have the time, and the money, then apply for nursing.So, here in lies the questions: Is that plan a waste of time? In the grand scheme of things, is delaying LVN after all those factors, beneficial or harmful?