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- Quote from stressedsobaddTell anything that you think that would benefit me. Is the program hard? Do you think it's worth the money? Are the instructors nice? LOL. AnythingCan you tell me about the program? I plan on starting the lpn program soon. After that I will go on to do the RN progam. Do you like it and I know it's expensive? Do you think it is worth it considering that you don't have to go thru the waiting list thing?:typing
- Jun 25, '09 by mscandi2Yes I plan on going back. The teachers are awesome. I really think it is worht it. I have a friend of mine that is also in the LPN program. She loves it was well. Also, my husband and my mom attend Herzing. My mom is taking Medical Billing & Coding which is strictly online.
- Im not going to get on your nerves today, but are the classes hard and have you started you clinicals yet.... I live in Georgia and I have made up my mind that im going to go ahead and attend there. Thanks for the information.
- Jun 25, '09 by mscandi2No problem you are not getting on my nerves. The classes are not hard. The teachers work with you to help you understand & pass. They also have tutoring available if needed.
- Thank you soooooooo much. Ive had a hard time trying to decide if this school is right for me since it is so expensive. Tech schools are so hard to get into even when you have completed all the core classes. Keep in touch with me to let me know how it's going. Maybe I will see you there!!!!!
- Sep 22, '09 by gastudentmommyDid anyone end up going to Herzing College? If so, how has your experience been so far? Is anyone commuting from Atlanta? I'm trying to consider if the commute is worth the program. Thanks for any help that you all can give me!
- Sep 25, '09 by matchsticktgtI'm half way through the LPN program...it's a TON of work - so much learning crammed into 1/2 the usual time (8 weeks per class instead of 16)...we've had a terrible excuse for a instructor, but most of the instructors have been great...especially my clinical instructor...she's very experienced and loves teaching...and she's full of knowledge...I'm pleased thus far...but don't think that it's "easy" even though the teachers are there to help you...you must put a lot of time and effort into the program...we've dropped from the original 34-36 students to 21-24 (not sure of exact counts)...some have failed courses, some have just dropped out, some have failed drug tests, etc...and yes, there are random drug tests for nursing school! Clinicals start at 7:00 sharp (you are counted absent if you are 15 minutes late)there is a lot of emphasis on time management - and you can't miss deadlines or be late...there are no excused allowed (unless you have the flu!)...you really have to be dedicated and understand that nursing school will consume huge amounts of your time if you want to be successful.