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Tennessee is located in the upper South of the eastern United States and became the 16th state of the union in 1796. The geography of Tennessee is unique. Its extreme breadth of 432 miles (695 km) stretches from the Appalachian Mountain boundary with North Carolina in the east to the Mississippi River borders with Missouri and Arkansas in the west; its narrow width, only 112 miles (180 km), separates its northern neighbors, Kentucky and Virginia, from Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi, to the south. Nashville is the capital and Memphis is the largest city. The geographic diversity of Tennessee has led to a number of distinctions in state history: earliest inhabitants were known as Paleoindians; first major settlement was established at the confluence of the Tennessee River and the Ohio River within which lies southwestern Tennessee; the state became part of Confederate States of America during War between the States in 1861.

The climate is generally characterized by relatively high temperatures and evenly distributed precipitation throughout the year. The state is classified as humid subtropical because cold winter air can penetrate farther south than in other humid subtropical climates. Annual precipitation ranges from 45 inches (1143 mm) in the lower eastern section to approximately 55 inches (1397 mm) along the Cumberland Plateau.

Because of its size and diversity, Tennessee is home to several different climate types: four distinct regions: Gulf Coast Plain: generally flat with fertile soils; Tennessee Valley: a long, narrow valley running from the southwest corner to the northeast corner and drained by the Tennessee River; Appalachian Plateau: an area of rolling hills and valleys in westernmost Tennessee and Kentucky and along the borders with North Carolina and Virginia; Great Smoky Mountains: a wide mountainous region between Tennessee and North Carolina.

Summers in Tennessee are generally hot and humid with daytime temperatures averaging more than 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 Celsius) across the state. Winter is generally mild to cool, dropping below freezing at night. Temperatures usually range between 30 and 50 degrees Fahrenheit (-1 to 10 Celsius), but can be as low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit (-6 Celsius).

Top LPN Schools


Tennessee College of Applied Technology- Nashville

Tennessee College of Applied Technology is one of the top nursing schools in Tennessee. It offers competency-based training to its students. The state-supported 2-year college offers a wide array of courses aimed at imparting marketable skills to the students.

Tennessee College of Applied Technology- Knoxville

Tennessee College of Applied Technology Knoxville Campus is a 2-year public college with the finest vocational courses to offer. The college had an impeccable 93% placement record in 2015 and 56.1% female enrollments that year. Additionally, the college claims a 97% licensure pass rate and boasts of highly qualified faculty members and an ideal learning environment.

Tennessee College of Applied Technology- Dickson

Dickson's Rhea County Community College (RCC) is one of the best colleges in Tennessee to receive a LPN program. The college has a strong financial aid program to help economically weak students, and it also provides high-quality infrastructure and a low faculty to student ratio that enable it to pay attention to every student. It aims to meet the current and anticipated needs of the industries and business.

Tennessee College of Applied Technology- Morristown

This community college offers the highest quality of instruction to its students, providing them with the education they need to contribute to the economic development of their communities. Along with providing students with marketable skills, the school also offers extensive career development services and placement assistance. Students at this two-year college can pursue associate degrees in a variety of fields.

Source: https://www.topnursing.org/lpn-programs/tennessee/

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