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You are all correct...you do what you can and what works best for you.

I'm sure that most of you know at least one RN that doesn't know as much as you do, as an LPN. how many LPN's out there are doing RN work and not gettng paid for it. Plus, most of the LPN's are showing the new RN's how to do their job. that's scary!

just because someone can pass the NCLEX doesn't mean that they are a good nurse. my sister in law has never worked a day in life after she got her LPN license and she took her time getting her RN degree from one of the local programs. she passed her NCLEX the first time, she's book smart, but not common sense smart......because what you learn in school and how you do it on the job are two different things.

i'm sorry if i offended anyone, but we are just giving our opinions. i've been on here tonight and on some threads i feel like i almost have to explain why i'm with the College Network...it works for me and for those i work with...it's been very good.

We find what works best for us.

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i'm sorry if i offended anyone, but we are just giving our opinions. i've been on here tonight and on some threads i feel like i almost have to explain why i'm with the College Network...it works for me and for those i work with...it's been very good. We find what works best for us.

You did not offend me in any way. I just wanted the other point of view voiced and available for those sitting on the fence. When I was going through the program I also had to explain (defend myself) why I wasn't using study guides so that works two ways also. I'm glad TCN is working for you and you are happy with it. Best of luck to you. Getting my RN was the best thing I ever did for myself. I was an LPN for 23 years and didn't realize how much difference there truely was until I got my RN. Many opportunities have opened to me that would not have been possible as an LPN. I grauated from EC in 2000. When I started they were Regents and then changed to EC. I hear that now new students can look forward to two CPNE's. One was definately enough for me. NCLEX is an emotional piece of cake compared to CPNE. Good Luck!

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