Any LPNs going to Leads School of Technology In Deleware

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    I live in Maryland but there are no schools here where I can just start LPN without having to do pre reqs. I am willing to travel to Delaware since this is one school that is private and i wouldn't have to wait. Are there any LPNs that went to this school or is there someone that can give me some information about it.
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    Don’t do it!!! That place is a joke. I wasted a year and almost 17 thousand dollars at that school and still can’t get a job. Waiting the year to go to a community college program would be much better. Not only will you not learn anything, as soon as an employer sees you graduated from Leads your resume will be thrown out. From all the people who graduated in my class, and I keep in touch with many of them, I only know of ONE who is working and that person is working out of state. After more than a year I still don’t have a job.
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    Thank you so much I will not waist my time or my money. I am so happy I asked I will be taking them off my list.
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    I am planing on going to Leads School of Tech in March. So far I been hearing good things about them. I pray that I get accepted!!
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    Have you ever considered going to DC? There are several LPN schools there that do not require pre-reqs.
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    Quote from Nurse2bKimberly
    Have you ever considered going to DC? There are several LPN schools there that do not require pre-reqs.
    Which schools in DC? and are they accredited?
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    Leads School is one of the best private school in the tri-state area. I am very very proud to be an old student of the school. The school is like a family and the old student form Alumni with excellent emloyment record out there. Every old student i know is working and some health care employers are so confident of the product of the school that they are sending their CNA to Leads school for Upgrade to LPN with fully paid Tuition. This is the best place for you to be
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    I believe they all are by DC's regulations. I am not sure in terms of NLNAC or whatever accrediting board. UDC has a good LPN program I've been told.
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    lpn program are not required to be accredited by the NLNAC because they look at lpn programs as a trained


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