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How should apply for LPN?

Asked by RFrazer12 (1points) July 16th, 2010


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marinelife's avatar

“Entering the health care field as a licensed practical nurse (LPN), also called a licensed vocational nurse (LVN) in some states, offers distinct advantages. To start, you can train for this profession in a year’s time, which means you can begin working and earning money sooner. Plus, advanced technology has increased the demand for LPNs and LVNs outside of hospitals where more jobs and more diverse career opportunities typically exist.”

To find a school, go to this Web site.

john65pennington's avatar

My daughter is an LPN in Seattle. she started in a local Seattle hospital, but is now earning much more money in a private doctors office.

tedibear's avatar

Your school should give you the information on how to take your exam and register for your license.

AliasTJ's avatar

I am an LPN and I love the work. A technical school or junior college in your area should be able to supply you with the necessary requirements for entrance. You should also check your state’s board of nursing website for more information. Good luck.

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