I need some advice. It took me 4 years to finish all my pre-reqs because I'm a single mother and had to work two jobs while going to school. Fast forward and now I'm done. The school I'm applying to has an RN program as well as an LPN. The way they rank students is by a point system. One of the ways you receive more points is having completed some of your core classes like A&P etc more recent than say years ago. So since I completed my A&P 3 years ago I won't get as many points as those who completed this year, even though I made A's and B's in most of my classes. I'm afraid I won't be accepted to the RN program so was going to try for the LPN program instead because their adding a bridge program in 2019 for LPN's to bridge to RN. I might have a better chance of getting into the LPN program than I do the RN program. You can have a lower score on your Kaplan test to if going for the LPN program. What would you guys do. I would rather get into a program and be working towards something than waiting around to get into an RN program. I could always just bridge to an RN. Thanks for any advice. Oh yea, the school I'm applying to is Rowan Cabbarus Community College.