I am just starting LPN school in July and then will bridge. I was reading the admittance requirements for the rn program and was actually a little put off. I am guessing that they have a legitimate, valid reason that they do things the way they do. However, I noticed that the entrance process for the school does, in my opinion, suck! One of the major things that is ticking me off is that people who flunk out of the program are put back before new students are accepted. People work SO HARD for those grades, the 3.9's and 4.0s just to get it, and then they are denied because someone who flunked out gets another immediate shot. I got RIGHT IN to LPN school but the program isnt as competitive as the RN program, I am just kind of dreading it. If I don't do well, it's my fault and I would totally understand waiting behind someone. But If excel then I still have to wait for the people who flunked to finish? Any other programs like this?