Maricopa skills or Southwest skills center?? - page 8
I have been accepted into both of these LPN programs. There isn't much difference other than drivng distance for me. One starts in Oct. and the other in Nov. One requires a $2K deposit. So, does anyone have any insight or... Read More
- 0Mar 24, '10 by rawlee58I took alot of courses through Rio to do my nursing prereqs years ago; Rio doesn't really teach I feel like... it's all regurgitation and work sheets. And the tests are pretty difficult--in part because you are self teaching. Though you won't really use chemistry later in life, I would recommend taking an in person course. And the lab too if you plan on going to grad school.
- 0Jul 13, '11 by mimuaI'd like to ask students (or whoever wants to give their views) who are currently enrolled in keiser university in sarasota, florida and southwest technical institute.
I'm trying to beat the deadline for both school and would like to know how they feel being in a new school for the southwest tech institute. i believe swti just started their pn program this year. what can you say about the program so far? how about the instructors? are they knowledgeable? are they effective?
how about keiser university?
both are expensive programs and i want to know which one to choose. swti is first come, first serve but i'm not sure if the teachers are good. great nurses are not necessarily great teachers.
keiser university is the same thing too. but it does require teas tests and per semester tuition fee is equivalent to a one year LPN program of swti.
it will be great to hear any idea about my inquiry from anybody. thank you very much!
- 0Nov 10, '11 by suzannaprzI'm planning on applying to maricopa skill center's lpn program. I just want some advice. I have everything except the hesi a2 but I will be taking that soon. I believe it says on their website that there excepting applications in the end of Janurary 2012. I'm sort of nervous about the hesi.. I'm going to be getting a book to study I believe I just need math, reading, language comprehension. But still I'm just naturally nervous. I'm also taking my cna exam in December. My question to anyone who has applied or is going to apply is do they require you to put money down, I'm going to use financial aid. I have read in previous posts that you have to pay at least $2000 apart from financial aid? I just would like to know if this is true so that I will be prepared. I'm a mother of a small child and money matters need to be taken into account. Well thank you for taking the time to read this post. I have faith that things will work out!!
- 0Jan 2, '12 by laura311HI Suzannaprz, I applied to this program last month and if you are using FA like me, the money we will need to put own once accepted which could be a 12-15 month wait is $689. i am going to the Estrella Mountain Skill Center. I had taken the Hesi over a year ago and it wasnt bad at all so dont worry, its all really basic knowledge. Once you apply, just start saving about $75- $100 a month and you will have that down payment by the time you need it Im a mom of two so I know it could be tough but it will be worth it! Good luck on the HEsi
- 0Jan 2, '12 by suzannaprzhi LAURA311... thank u so much for your reply. It really got me over the whole should i go to school or shouldn't I. I'm going to be taking the hesi within the month I have been studying for a few weeks so I should be okay. The book seems easy so hopefully the test is not too challenging. Well thanks and i hope u do great in life!!