Hey guys. I have always wanted to be a nurse but was always too afraid to take the leap. I have 3 kiddos, about to turn 32 and my husband has his GED but we can't make ends meet so I am going to help life some weight off his shoulders and get into what I love doing. Helping people. My question is, I am SO afraid to fail...I was never good at math so I worry about that but I also worry about flunking the skills test. Is there a ton of math in school? I feel like I will get nervous and bomb skills test or school in general. Not sure I am smart enough for this lol. Also, once you become an LPN, do you have to take classes every year to stay licensed?
Thanks! Signed, Neurotic mama ðŸ˜‚