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LVN schools

The choice to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse is an excellent one, but you will have to know the difference in the many LVN schools out there.

LVN schools are not in short supply. While this offers you numerous options for fulfilling your educational requirements to become an LVN, you will find that the sheer number of choices out there can be daunting. Whether you are looking at the best nursing schools or at finding an LVN school that fits the demands of your life, there is a right school for you. How do you determine which Licensed Vocational Nurse schools to choose? What options do you have?

Difference in LVN schools

LVN schools differ from other medical education sources. First, you can attend either a junior college or a technical college to attain the education you need. You will also find that you have options available in distance learning, through online LVN schools that provide you with a customized class schedule that works with your current needs.

Each of these school types offers different benefits. For instance, junior colleges are usually more affordable than technical colleges but are fewer in number. Technical schools can be found in almost every geographic area, but they tend to be a bit more expensive than other options. Online LVN schools offer the utmost in convenience, but they can be somewhat expensive, and you will need to ensure that the school is accredited.

How to choose LVN schools

Now that you know what types of schools are available, as well as a bit about each, you should know how to choose the right option. If you are interested in attending a physical location, your first step should be to determine if there is a junior college in your area. This will help you save the most money. If a junior college is not located in your area, you will have to check into technical colleges.

Both of these types of schools will require that you have at least a high school diploma or a GED. Some state-sponsored LVN nursing schools will not require this, but the vast majority of schools do. Whether you choose a junior college or a technical school, you’ll need to compare the cost of tuition, housing, course schedules and class availability, as well as the different prerequisite classes. You should also have your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) filled out and turned in prior to the cutoff date to apply for funding.

Additional resources

LVNSchools.org offers information about LVN nursing schools and requirements.
CNI College can provide information about LVN schools and more.
AllNurses.com can offer information about LVN schools and other educational options.

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