Hi everyone. I graduated as an LVN in 2017 and now is working the job the I've always wanted but something inside of me is hungry for more knowledge and education. I decided that since I don't have any children yet, maybe this is the best time to go back to school. I decided to look into Carrington college in Sacramento. Unfortunately, I went to a private college for my LVN so the prereps that I took there cannot be transfer over so Carrington is having me do their VND program, which is 16 months long and then I can bridge to the RN program if I keep up with my GPA. Their requirement is to pass the teas test with a 62% or higher and Have 3.0 or higher. The admission rep told me that I should focus on my GPA more because or the best GPA will get considered into the program. My friend that took their prereps there had a 3.5 GPA and did exceptionally well on her TEAS test but still couldn't get in. I believe she told me that they only accept 21-24 student per term. But the good thing about taking their prereps is that you can apply to any other RN program like junior colleges or universities. The whole prereps program cost about 22,000 and their RN program is about 37,000. In total about 58,000. Anyone that attended their VND program have any tips on getting that 3.8-4.0 GPA? I work full-time night shift so do you think I will be able to do it? I'm scare and nervous at the same time. Any tips and information about their VND program, please let me know. Thank you.