Which college should I go?

  1. Hello this is my first time posting and I'm sorry if I put this question on the wrong topic, but I been having a hard time of picking which college I should go to.

    I apply to the RPN program to Geroge brown, Centennial and Seneca, but I got an offer of admission from Centennial for the flex RPN and Seneca full-time RPN program.

    Which one should I go for Centennial for the flex RPN or Seneca full-time RPN program?

    Just saying I apply to Centennial full-time program, but they gave me the Flex program.

    Thank you
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  2. 5 Comments

  3. by   Ruby Vee
    If you want to go to school full time, go to the school that offered you full time. That said, I know nothing about any of the schools, so is there some reason you would choose the part time program over the full time one?
  4. by   SoonTooBe
    Hello, Ruby Vee

    Yes, there are some why I would go to the part-time program, but rights now I'm kinda in between on both the college. The part-time program is much closer to my place. It has a more high-tech lab and I think the college is well-known to hospitals.
    To the full-time program, it cost less, the program is for 2 years and I think the program is more easy to handle.
    In the end, I'm not too sure where to go.
    Also, Thank you for replying
  5. by   Ruby Vee
    Quote from SoonTooBe
    Hello, Ruby Vee

    Yes, there are some why I would go to the part-time program, but rights now I'm kinda in between on both the college. The part-time program is much closer to my place. It has a more high-tech lab and I think the college is well-known to hospitals.
    To the full-time program, it cost less, the program is for 2 years and I think the program is more easy to handle.
    In the end, I'm not too sure where to go.
    Also, Thank you for replying
    Consider the NCLEX pass rates for each school and whether the school is known to hosptial in a GOOD way. The amount of student loans you'll have to pay back with each program is an important consideration. Student debt will be a millstone around your neck until you manage to pay it back. If one school is closer to where you live, how much of a consideration is that? Is there a big difference in commute times? A more high-tech lab is a smaller consideration -- it would be nice, but not crucial. I'm not sure what "more easy to handle" means . . . but if the NCLEX pass rate is similar, that might be a consideration. Finally, is there a program that excites you more than the other? Go for that one, all other things being approximately equal. Good luck choosing!
  6. by   RPN_student
    I would suggest that you go to Centennial for RPN. Seneca College's program full and part-time RPN program is on hold, check out the school's website and CNO website.
  7. by   Khow89
    Go to the closer one, commuting takes a lot of energy.

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