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What is the fastest way to become an LPN?

A nursing diploma or certificate can be yours in just 12 months!

An accredited LPN/LVN program, usually of 1- to 2-years (7-10 credits per semester) is required to become a LPN. Once you've passed the LPN program, laid out by your state's Board of Nursing, you will be eligible to take the NCLEX-PN, or the National Council Licensure Examination. This exam is mandatory for all LPN/LVN's in the U.S. and can be scheduled through the National Council of State Boards of Nursing for $200.

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Once you've gained the education needed to be a Licensed Practical Nurse, you'll need to put together your resume and a cover letter. Use this free cover letter template to quickly and easily write your own.

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