LPN to ADN Advanced Placement
For information about the LPN-ADN Advanced Placement Program including Eligibility Requirements, Curriculum Requirements, a Sample Applicant Rating Scale, Estimated Expenses for Students, Dates and Processes for Testing, and the Application for Admission to the ADN Program, please view NEMCC’s LPN to ADN Advanced Placement Information and Application Packet
Follow the directions in the Student Guide to NLN Testing Brochure for registering for your preferred exam. If you plan to register for these exams, you should register for the National League for Nursing’s NACE I Foundations of Nursing Examination on the next available testing date.
If you are successful on the NACE I Foundations of Nursing Examination, then you are eligible to register for the NACE I Nursing Care of Childbearing Family and the NACE I Nursing Care of Child Examination on the next available testing date (two part exam – must register for both parts on the same exam date – if not taken on the same date, must retake both parts of the exam). See LPN to ADN Advanced Placement Information and Application Packet for further details.
First Wednesday in March at 12:30 p.m.
First Wednesday in June at 12:30 p.m.
First Wednesday in September at 12:30 p.m.
On the day of the exam: Arrive 30 minutes prior to testing time to allow time for registration. You may bring a simple calculator for drug calculations. You will need a current photo identification. You will need to log in to the NLN account you created to register for the exam, so know your ID and password. It is a good idea to test them before you enter the testing room. No electronic communication devices are allowed in the testing room (phones, watches, etc.).
LPN to ADN Advanced Placement Program Applications must be received by April 1st to be considered for FALL ADMISSION. Rating and ranking of applicants will be done the last two weeks of May. Applicants will receive notification of their standing by mid-June.
LPN to ADN Advanced Placement Program Applications must be received by November 1st to be considered for SPRING ADMISSION. Rating and ranking of applicants will be done after fall semester final exams. Applicants will receive notification of their standing mid-December.
For applicants who are accepted to the program, these admission letters will contain a schedule for Fingerprint Criminal History Background Checks and HealthCare Provider CPR Class. Health requirements, including physical exam forms, immunizations, and T.B. testing results are DUE BY August 1ST for fall admission and by the first day of class for spring admission.
If you have further questions, you may contact the Division of Health Sciences Office at (662) 720-7396, (662) 720-7773, or (662) 720-7236.