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Thanks for the advice its just hard to decide which road to take. I'm actually a fulltime CNA right now but I was planning take a year off to raise my new arrival when she gets here so I thought why not go to school. So would it be easy to transition from LVN to RN later if I choose? I just feel being in a LVN program will help as long as I stay focus and being a CNA with a little knowledge makes me comfortable to pursue my license. However the program is 30,000. And I hear it's hard to pass LVN programs since it's alot crammed together and they don't pay alot. How much do LVN in texas make out of school? Is it a website or something that will tell me what the program covers so I can be prepared? I hate to fail out of this as well. And alot of people tell me just pursue my RN again it's cheaper and less stressful than LVN however I loose my drive and motivation quickly and I don't want to keep failing, and dropping classes. And this LVN is more of a must pass because I will be committing for 12 months with 30,000 at stake.