This past May I began term 1 of a 3 term LPN program. I missed the ADN program by .50 points (ADN was always the primary goal). I reapplied and results are expected in 2 weeks. I anticipate an acceptance as I have strengthened my application with an additional course completed. Also, the Summer term I missed has approximately 24 fewer seats than Fall & Spring. I begun the LPN program because I was eager to get started. However, my primary reason was because I felt it would give me a head start on learning material that I’ll likely see in the ADN program as well. If I switch I graduate the ADN program in Dec 2022. If I bridge after completing the LPN the graduation varies between August and December 2023. Im doing well so far but I do have concerns about the material in the foreseeable future. For the most part due to poor study habits. Im actively making progress in studying which is a shocker to me. Im making studying routine even though identifying my learning style has been a bust. I have 6 years of healthcare experience in both chronic and acute settings. I've worked in hospitals and outpatient clinics. Most of my experience is in dialysis but I've also done phlebotomy and CNA work. I’m 30 years old. No children. I’m soon to be divorced. I’m leaving my apartment to live with others while in school because my school schedule resulted in my work availability being limited to 2 days. Which option would seem like the better choice?