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I don't know if this is in the right spot, but here it goes.

I am currently an LPN working as a LPN nursing manager of 2 residential hopsice homes and work on the floor doing cares 1-2 days a week to stay in touch with the patients. The pay is great and so is the boss. I've been working on my RN for a couple years just 1 class at a time but can't seem to pass physiology. I am so sick of school and would love to quit. I don't plan on working anywhere else. I love the management part of my job and thought that college in that direction would be better than to continue in frustration over getting my RN. What do you think. thank-you

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Daytonite has 40 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in med/surg, telemetry, IV therapy, mgmt.

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Since you say that you are sick of school and would love to quit, express a desire for no further job advancement and have not said anything else about wanting or looking for any help with physiology then I think that I agree with you. Quit school.

If you can't pass a physiology class, a subject you were introduced to in your LPN training, what makes you think you are going to do any better in managment classes where you are going to be exposed to information you've never had to learn before?

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First, Why do you want your RN? If you don't have a desire to use it and you're happy with what you're doing, why put yourself through that? I agree, if you're happy where you are and you enjoy what you're doing, quit school.

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