My all time career goal is to become a Nurse Practitioner. I will have a lot of hoops to
Jump through in order to get there but I am determine to achieve my goal so I no I will
Succeed in this process.
Currently I am working as an LPN at a long term care facility which I enjoy very much
I attended almost 2 years of school to be able to sit for my license board for my LPN
It was not easy at all I had a lot of long nights studying and early clinical mornings
I first started out in a computer class to make sure I had general computer knowledge.
Then I currently moved to pharmacology and my basic nursing classes. Each class was
A month long and focused solely on that specific class.
After 6 months of nursing classes I currently moved on to my clinical piece of nursing
School. Which were sometimes all day and night. We had to pass each portion of our
Clinical rotation in order to be able to move on to the next clinical. It was not easy but
I made it through my clinical rotation, it took a lot of focusing on my certain tasks but
I took my time and proceeded to pass all subjects, after my clinical portion was complete
I had to take an exit exam so I was able to sit for my boards, I studied days and nights and
It paid off I passed my exit exam and was able to sit for my state boards. I took them
And passed on my first try, I received my license and been practicing for the last two
Currently I am at U.C Raymond Walters College taking my necessary pre-reqs so I can
Get into the LPN-RN bridge program they offer. I will have to take a year almost
Of my pre-req classes in order to qualify for the program, I have to take several
Math classes, English comp 1,2,3 I have to take bio-organic chemistry, global
Community, anatomy 1,2,3 I will have to take pharmacology, pediatrics, med surge
And my year of clinical so I am ready to take my exit exam in...