Lutheran school students or former grads...?

  1. i'll be attending lsn next yr. in their lpn-rn bridge. what is the scheldue like do you take more than one class or just one at a time? which classes are 8 wk. class? i'm hoping to finish as fast as i can once i start because i've got all of my gen ed classes done.

    any info is greatly appreciated.
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    LPN; from US
    Specialty: SN, LTC, REHAB, HH

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  3. by   carlarenee02
    I was attending there but i was highly disappointed in their program, no really modern lab facilities and very little time to practice skills
  4. by   dblpn
    Quote from carlarenee02
    I was attending there but i was highly disappointed in their program, no really modern lab facilities and very little time to practice skills
    you didn't graduate from lutheran? i know it's a really old program and school building and they should really upgrade. i'm sorry, all of these schools get a ton of money in tuition from students and many of them are still behind the times it's no excuse to have an outdated lab. so how long were you there?
  5. by   carlarenee02
    I was there about 4 months only. I had a math class (which you mostly teach yourself) and you have three tests. I passed 2 out of 3 tests. Since i did not pass last test. I would have to wait until next Jan 2010 to return to nursing classes and i was really dissapointed in progr in general. i will be going to another program.
  6. by   riverwink
    I graduated from LSN November, 2005. You take one class at a time. It is very intense but doable. Many of the bridge students had a difficult time in my class because they did not devote 5 - 6 hours a day to study...thinking they already knew this stuff. They failed did not graduate. Those bridge students who did well were on top of their studies and only worked on weekends. Something to reflect on. YOU CAN DO THIS!
  7. by   RN-BS1972
    I did their LPN-RN bridge also, loved it passed board with 75 questions no problem, I would not have done it any other way!!!!

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