annual fee r.o

  1. annual fee starts from the day you enroll correct? Or when you first test?
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  3. by   JustBeachyNurse
    Date of enrollment.

    Some people hold off for months before they sit for their first exam or register for a class.
  4. by   agldragonRN
    Quote from jlynn167
    annual fee starts from the day you enroll correct? Or when you first test?
    The day you enroll.

    You can take two nursing exams before enrolling-Health and Safety & Transitions. You have to apply to do this though. I recommend you do this as this will help you not pay the second annual fee if you finished the program in less than 1 year.

    Please double check my information as things may have changed since I completed the program.

    Good Luck!
  5. by   JustBeachyNurse
    Now you can only take Health & Safety and pre-reqs like A&P and micro before enrolling
  6. by   tnmarie
    I thought I heard that somewhere. It's a shame too. Taking a couple of ECEs before you enroll is a great way to see if this is the right program for you without losing significant amounts of cash.
  7. by   JustBeachyNurse
    Changed 10/1/12 along with other policies like max credits for ACE classes and time limits for A&P and micro

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