bryantan502 968 Views
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hi! i know this post has been years ago... u probably already an RN now, i am the same too been graduated 5 years ago in the philippines and want to take the nclex now. can u give me some tips on how to study?
Im attending a pre-admission conference this tuesday.. been reading this forum for awhile and theres so many horror stories, ***! Is the LPN program really that hard?
I'm jealous! Goodluck and keep us posted!
I have decided to do an LPN program because I have spent the last year & a half finishing pre req's for an RN program only to be told I will be put on a waiting list for a yr, maybe 2! And was also told by the director that they don't turn LPN's away or place them on a waiting list if they have all their pre req's done. So I am going to go ahead go for LPN & re-apply! And @ least this way I can make more money working as an LPN while I bridge to RN. So I say go for it! Your going to have to be in school regardless! LOL!
Congratulations! hoping to make this kind of thread in 2012 lol! How old are you, and was it hard or not?
Goodluck on the NCLEX-PN
I will be 26 this October.. My wife and I were in the same school to become a nurse(BSN) in The Philippines.. She got her BSN degree. I didnt cuz I was a slacker back in College. I havent been in school for years but now, I'm looking to get into an LPN program and this time FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION.
Goodluck to everyone!
Did you go to school at Lawrenceburg campus?
I wanted to be an RN orginally but right now, I just want to get in and get out of Nursing school.. My plan at the moment is to become an LPN then work + school to become an RN, I know the RN course is just 1 semester more but I dont really care.. I just want to finish something. My wife is a BSN graduate, She is currently reviewing for her NCLEX exam. thanks for all the info!
Evening and weekend classes would be perfect for me since I work M-F 7am-3pm.. but I dont know if i wanna go for ADN/RN right now, I've been out of school for 2 years. I wish they offered the LPN program in Lawrenceburg.
Here in Kentucky, you need to be a registered CNA to get into an LPN/RN Program..
11.50, I think there's some sort of shift differential. This is really dirt pay for CNA's in my area though, most make around $14-20 an hour.
Hello! I'm from Frankfort, KY.. I'm looking to get into an LPN Program, there is none in Frankfort..
Anyone know any schools in or near the Lexington area that has a good LPN Program? I know Lexington Community College is one, Where else? How long does it usually take? Do I have to do it full-time or Can I do it as a part-time student??
I am looking to get into an LPN Program, I currently live in Frankfort, KY.
What are my school options, I know Lexington Community College has an LPN program.
What other LPN schools are there near my area? I am willing to commute 30-45min..
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