where can i find the easiest way to become an LPN without a tough entrance to the program and low tuition cost

A school without a tough entrance to the program and low tuition cost and that will get me done very quickly.

i live in IL

(LPN=licensed practical nurse)

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  1. indiebaptist says:

    I hate to tell you, but if you want to be an LPN…you have to do the tough entrance exam (I took it, got a 96). And you’re expecting around 5000 to 7000 for a community college program. Look into federal funding, scholarships, etc. If you truly want to be an LPN..it’s hard work, and there’s no “easy” way to do it. It takes a year of schooling…intense schooling…like it or not.

  2. softlyinspired says:

    I’m sorry but i have to agree with the previous answer. I know it seems like it’s a long road to go, but it is so worth it in the end. I am an RN and so many times i had to work overtime and missed countless hours of sleep and relaxation,studying for tests but I wouldn’t trade it for the world. when it is all done you will have such a sense of pride knowing how hard you worked and you will be a true professional. Keep going to realize your dream and yes it may cost some now, but it is so worth it in the end. Good luck and i am praying for you.