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.