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    Lower Columbia College LPN2RN?

    @Wonderwallflower Yes its all the last quarter. You do 2 weeks of labs on campus, then around 1 month of clinicals with some weeks being Mon-Wed and others Mon-Thurs. Preceptorship is 130 hours and depends on your preceptor's schedule. 2-4 weeks.
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    Brain sheet for ED?

    Fair enough, thanks Wuzzie and HarleyGrandma
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    Brain sheet for ED?

    Hey friends, I am in an LPN2RN program and my preceptorship is in an ED, and I was hoping to get a few of your "brain sheets" to either use or create my own based on them. By brain sheets I mean the sheets you basically write the patients info out on during report and and notes throughout the shift. Also, open for any tips and advice! The ED is what I am most interested in department wise so I am hoping having the ED down as my preceptorship experience will help when it comes to applying for ED jobs. Unfortunately my preceptorship experience is 1.5 hours away from home so no chance of working there. Thanks!
  4. Hey everyone! So I am in the final quarter of my LPN-RN bridge, with 2 weeks of clinicals and ~4 weeks of preceptorship remaining. All the course work itself was online, and I worked full-time throughout the year. My problem is I am just not feeling smart AT ALL. During my LPN program (I have been an LPN for 2 years now) I was the top of my class and felt smart and somewhat confident. This time around I do not feel that way. The course load was pretty heavy so I studied when I could but basically for most of the class we were all just keeping our head above water. Now in clinicals I am commuting 3 hours round trip a day on top of 8-12 hour clinical/preceptor shifts without much time to really study for the NCLEX. Any tips or advice? We haven't taken our predictor test, but we took another similar exam and I scored in the low 90's for my probability to pass score. Just very low confidence this time around. We have access to Kaplan prep stuff, but I was considering Uworld since I used that for the LPN NCLEX and passed in the minimum questions. Any advice helps!
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    Lower Columbia College LPN2RN?

    Is that the Kaplan Entrance test? It wasn't bad at all. It was NCLEX style questions but not as hard as what you would expect. If I am thinking of the right one. Good luck!
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    Lower Columbia College LPN2RN?

    Hey everyone! Just curious if anyone on here will be starting the LPN2RN program at Lower Columbia College in WA? I am doing the eLearning version, but comment below if you are in any of the programs starting Fall 2018! Also, if you have completed it recently I would love to hear from you! Thanks!
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