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missywv has 1 years experience as a LPN.

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  1. missywv

    Has anyone tested out of Anatomy?

    I got accepted into a LPN-ASN program and they are not allowing me to take anatomy again so I am forced to test out next month. It has been a few years since I took it in LPN school and I struggled with the course. I was just wondering if anyone has been successful in challenging the Anatomy course and what I should begin studying? Thanks
  2. missywv

    Can't decide!

    I was planning on applying for a LPN-ASN program this fall(2020) for the class of 2022 after passing the TEAS test. I have taken it twice in the last year and am off around 6 points in science. The program has about 6 pre reqs, only 2 of which I have. This program is 3 semesters (after taking the remaining pre reqs.) I got accepted into a LPN-BSN program starting next month. This program is 3 years and I would graduate in the Summer of 2023. It is a private college but LPNs get 40% off the cost of traditional students making it almost as much as the ASN program (once I finish my BSN and my prereqs for my BSN from there.) So, I am not sure if I should wait to start the ASN program next year or start this program and be done in 3 years... opinions and advice are welcome. Just trying to weigh the options.
  3. missywv

    Need advice on LPN-RN!!

    I was planning on applying for a LPN-ASN program this fall(2020) for the class of 2022 after passing the TEAS test. I have taken it twice in the last year and am off around 6 points in science. The program has about 6 pre reqs, only 2 of which I have. This program is 3 semesters (after taking the remaining pre reqs.) I got accepted into a LPN-BSN program starting next month. This program is 3 years and I would graduate in the Summer of 2023. It is a private college but LPNs get 40% off the cost of traditional students making it almost as much as the ASN program (once I finish my BSN and my prereqs for my BSN from there.) So, I am not sure if I should wait to start the ASN program next year or start this program and be done in 3 years... opinions and advice are welcome. Just trying to weigh the options.
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