Transitioning from New LPN to BSN

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    Hi, I just graduated Nursing School in June 2014, passed Boards and got my license in July 2014. I want to go back to school and become an RN. I’m very nervous. So, anyone that has gone through this, planning to, or going through this now PLEASE HELP. I’m curious to know if I will have an advantage over other students because I am an LPN, is it easier than LPN school etc I’m open to thoughts, opinions, anything. Thank you !


    I am currently doing the bridging program for LPN to BN RN. I have been doing it for the past 1 1/2 years. It has been challenging but i think having the LPN background makes some of the courses easier. It is definitely not easier than the LPN schooling, but a close comparison. It was scary when I first started but the end is near and i am glad to have gone back to get my bachelors. Good luck.

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