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    Marnett Wilson

    Hi…I’m a14 year (this year) LPN and I’m going to start my journey to RN this year. Putting it off way to long and I regret it. I’m trying to find ways to work through studying for the TEAS (grumble grumble expletive). It’s super strange to me that thus test is focused on subjects that I haven’t seen or been required to take as prerequisites. Seems as though it’s geared for high school graduates more than anything…oh well…gotta be done. Great content here to help me study. Feels like square one! Wish me luck!

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