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New Hampshire, NH | LPN to RN Nursing School Program

Why Take an LPN to RN Program in New Hampshire?

There are two main benefits to taking an LPN to RN education program in the state of New Hampshire: upon graduation, a wage increase of up to fifty percent is possible, and the range of jobs available to a graduating student is greatly increased.

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How to Take an LPN to RN Program in New Hampshire

Previous grades in LPN training are important when applying to an LPN to RN program in New Hampshire, as are letters of recommendation from current and/or previous employers. After a student has been accepted, course work is largely a continuation of LPN training with a focus upon bigger picture nurse management skills, while also including some general studies in the liberal arts and sciences. The end result should have students prepared to take the NCLEX-RN, which is the national Registered Nurse licensure examination. Administered by Pearson Vue, the exam costs $200 to take, and requires application to the New Hampshire Board of Nursing at a cost of $120, a criminal background check, and fingerprinting.