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Hello everyone, I have a question...I am attending Jeff State, but was wondering if anyone knew anything about Wallace or Gadsden. If you had to pick bt any of these, which one would you pick. Thanks!
I started out at Jeff state taking my pre req but got accepted to Wallace state. I have to say it was not a very easy program. I really had to work my butt off. if you are searching for teachers that will go above and beyond to help you understand and pass then Wallace may not be the place for you. I can honestly say that theri were only 2 teachers that I really felt cared about our well being. I am sure that all nursing programs are hard, but at Wallace our classes were huge which really meant we could not get that one on one with teachers that some of us may have needed. Jeff states classes are alot smaller and I had friends that went there and they enjoyed it as well as Belleville. I say apply every where and let God lead you
I do not know anything about Jeff or Wallace...but as a long time resident of Gadsden...I can tell you Gadsden State Nursing is rather hard to get into. I came all the way to LA to get my LPN. Just kidding. I had already moved here when I decided to go back to school. But, when I was checking out GSCC, the waiting list was big. If you are considering there...check out that first.
I graduated from LPN school at Gadsden State in 1997. I was very young and needed a great foundation. That is exactly what I got!! There were 75 that started in our class and we graduated with 13! our instructors drilled like we were in the army. The ones who graduated
I graduated from LPN school at Gadsden State in 1997. I was very young and needed a great foundation. That is exactly what I got!! There were 75 that started in our class and we graduated with 13! our instructors drilled like we were in the army. The ones who graduated were prepared and wanted to be nurses. The passing rates for boards at that time was 99%. I have heard that things have changed so check into it and see.