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  1. angel 4

    I passed the NCLEX-RN exam.

    Thank you for responding. This is truly a blessing.
  2. angel 4

    I passed the NCLEX-RN exam.

    I am happy. I found out yesterday that i pass. I am soooo happy. Now I am an RN. I was nervous because I took the whole test 265 questions. Through the grace of God that I stayed focus and never gave up. This was my second time taking the test and I used kaplan for the test questions and study hurst review for the nursing content. Also, I use Exam cram to study too. I took 2 weeks off from work and just study. The first time I took the test I didn't study as much like I should have. I am happy and excited. Now I have the RN behind my name.:loveya:
  3. angel 4

    Roll Call, LPN to RN Students!!!

    To: mwdw04 Congratulations in graduating from LPN School. Word of advice continue to study and stay motivated in Rn School. Dedication and Studying are very important. When you are in Rn school, you are definitely going to be tested on Critical Thinking and You are definitely are going to be asked the "WHY this is happening and why your patient is taking theses medications "questions. To me in Rn school, I found that the instructors want you to go more in depth about the illnesses and medications. Since you already been in nursing school, I think you will be fine. Definitely get some hands-on experience when you become an LPN so you can keep up with your skills and be comfortable and confident with your skills. When you attend RN school, go back to the Student role and not the nurse role that already has experience in the workforce because it can interfere when you are taking a test and may pick the wrong answer. ALot of LPNs had that problem. Go with the answer that the textbook provide. Once again Congratulations and Good Luck in your Nursing career.
  4. angel 4

    Roll Call, LPN to RN Students!!!

    Thank You, Solsbury Hill. I still can't believe it that I am going to be an RN.:nurse: Next step is taking broads.
  5. angel 4

    Roll Call, LPN to RN Students!!!

    Hi, Everyone. I posted a couple of years that I was doing the excelsior program but after that I was accepted at CSN-LPN to Rn transition program in New Orleans. I am graduating May , 14, 2009. I am happy that I am finally going to be an RN. I am sooo excited.
  6. angel 4

    csn lpn-rn.

    Does anyone knows about CSN deadline for LPN-RN transition and are they still accepting applications for Fall 07?
  7. angel 4

    csn lpn-rn.

    Does anyone knows about CSN deadline for LPN-RN transition and are they still accepting applications?
  8. angel 4

    Roll Call, LPN to RN Students!!!

    Hi, everyone. I'm twenty-eight years old and I've been an LPN for 2 years now. I've worked on med-surg, telemetry, and now i'm doing agency. I'm doing the Excelsior program now. I just have to enroll. I finished my prereq's because I also have a BS in counseling. I passed NC 1&2. I'm planning on taking NC 3 next month. I have a sign posted in my room to keep me motivated saying that "I WILL BECOME AN RN. My goal is to complete the program in 2007. I've been getting my study guides from chancellor's and their study guides are good. I planned on climbing the ladder to get my BSN and Masters too. It is just one-step at a time. :D
  9. angel 4

    Amazing..lpn's actualy needed....

    I am happy for you that you find the job that you wanted. I know you are excited to work in the nursery.
  10. angel 4

    OLOLC @ Tulane Hospital in New Orleans.

    I received your PM. I also reply back to you on PM. Again, I am sorry for the wait. :)
  11. angel 4

    Amazing..lpn's actualy needed....

    J.Lynn, What part of Louisiana are you from. I am from New Orleans. There are a lot of jobs available in hospitals and including nursing homes if you wanted to work in a nursing home. I graduated in May and recently passed boards. I have a couple of jobs line up. You can go on Nola.com and go on Healthcare jobs. There are alot of hospital jobs available for LPNs for Med Surg, Telemetry, and so forth. It seems like it depends on your area.
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    OLOLC @ Tulane Hospital in New Orleans.

    This is a small world. I graduated from Our Lady of Holy Cross College in '02 with my degree. I completed my prereqs over there while I was in school. I stay on the Westbank. Where do you stay on the Westbank or Eastbank. Yes, I plan on attending the August class of next year. Did you sent your application already.That will be great for us to be study buddies. Do you have a email address maybe we can exchange. :)
  13. angel 4

    OLOLC @ Tulane Hospital in New Orleans.

    Hi, VEKE-RNtobe. Yes, I received an application packet and it has the information you were talking about on the recent thread. I have a BS degree in social counseling and graduated and recently passed boards as an LPN. I am interested in attending the program since it is 10 months for the ASN.I am thinking about applying myself since the deadline is March 1. Are you planning to attend the next class in August of next year since they accept application once a year. I am glad to talk to someone that know about the program. :)
  14. angel 4

    I Passed!

    I passed. I passed. I am soooo excited. I just found out today. When I opened the letter, I started crying when I saw my license and the letter attached that I passed the NCLEX-PN. I'm now an LPN. I just had to tell everyone and thank you for the support. :balloons: :balloons:
  15. HI, I wanted to know do anyone have information or are attend Our Lady of the Lake College at Tulane University Hospital in New Orleans. The program is an accelerated program and I am interested in going there. They have a ASN and BSN program. I wanted to know how their clinicals are and how many days students attend classes.
  16. angel 4

    Took NCLEX-PN Yesterday!

    I took the exam yesterday and I am not feeling very confident about the test. The exam shut off around 120 to 125 and I had two hours left. When it was over, I did not know whether to be happy or to cry. I felt that I second guess myself on some questions especially if I didn't know it. The test wasn't hard and it wasn't easy either. Also, I think I had over study because I had a headache while taking the exam and the day before the exam I did the saunders Cd and got 75 out 100 and study little more. I guess studying too much can hurt you too.I think the NCLEX reviews were harder than I actual test. I problem that I am having is that I think I got alot of the hard questions right and some of the easy questions wrong and I know that it may sound stupid. I know a classmate that took the test and it shut off at 150 and she passed. I am trying to look at the positive but I don't know. I went over some questions that I remember and some questions I got right and some I got wrong. Well, I guess I will find out soon. Help, I need some positive feedback and prayers.