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I'm an LPN with years of experience. Every time I consider going back to school to get an RN degree, I find I need to take courses like English and social studies. I would be perfectly willing to take science courses, but why do I need courses that don't have anything to do with nursing?
An LPN license is attained at the end of what is typically a one year academic program, often in a vocational setting. An RN license results from taking the NCLEX after completing at minimum an Associate Degree in......
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