Florida National College ASN 1 year program - page 9

Hello to all, I'm interested in the ASN program at fnc. I would like to know the opinions from the current students and grads. I contacted the adm. office and this is what they mention to me.... Read More

  1. by   mylittlenursing
    ok, OMG!!!!
    You can be an LPN and do the one year RN program except in the first semester you take two classes not three, but you have to do your preq. like anatomy and phy etc.
    also one year for none experience people, with the prereq.
    and I am not sure about ethics or algebra i think u are accept it but u have to pass with B's and A's
  2. by   yanes2011
    people honestly i am freaking as hell , i am going to star NS next month , january the second and my nervous are really high lol , i dont know what to expect , i already star studying pharmacology and fundamental , a lot of information , al lot of drug calculation , in pharmacology i feel very confident cuase i work at a pharmacy and the doctors in charge always make me study and learn medication names , calculation and reaction etc , but fundamental i really like but iss uffff very veryy complicated , jajajaja well any advice .?
  3. by   mylittlenursing
    u are going to be fine do not worry

    hey good news i passed head to toe assessment today and the exit ATI
    Happy we started 30 people 22 finished
  4. by   RNstudentRS
    *winecongrats mylittlenursing!!!! When are you doing the NCLEX ?
  5. by   mylittlenursing
    thank you!!!! I am going to start the sanders the 15 of december, and other book i did not take the ati LIVE NCLEX. you have to take it and pay pay 350 extra. the thing is Iam broke and it was not included ,but some people are taking it. then live review with elionor something... lol, they said is the best becasue the revie is base in other students for exemple: 40 people took the test and send to leonor .... 6 question so they add those questions in the review, so it is king if chetting but not really lol.
    and then bebruary 30th Iam gonna take it. I do not want to wait a lot it is not recomemd it.
  6. by   RNstudentRS
    Omg !!!! Good Luck, :christmastree:Happy Holidays to you all !
  7. by   lesliej23lpn2rn
    Hi everyone I'm new to this board. I'm finishing my pre reqs at fnc and start the nursing prof in may 2012. Excited to make new friends my best friend graduates from fnc now in Dec she said it was hard but they all passed so we can do it too
  8. by   mylittlenursing
    i just passed the last ATI med surg. YEAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH, I am so happy i cannot beleve it , it's been a tough year with ups and downs. . last day of class; we are going to have just a NCLEX review next week and that is all. Oneida was crying we got so emocional
    she gave us a pray and candies. Everybody was crying too, well no me. inside lol.
    long journey, everybody is tired and broke, but it is all good.
    Last edit by mylittlenursing on Dec 9, '11 : Reason: spelling
  9. by   fitness1st
    Congrats MylittleNursing! Your journey will be well worth it. You can see the finish line!!!!
  10. by   nuesemed
    I got accepted for May 2012 but i have tons of questions. Whats the schedule for the morning classes. How's the first semester like? Any tips?
  11. by   nuesemed
    CAn you please tell me who's the author of the pharmacology for nursing book?
  12. by   yanes2012
    hello to all the students from fnc , i am leo , i already star the RN program and believe me guy you will eat , lunch and and breakfast nursing , also i strongly recommend that if you can purchased the book of pharmacology do it as soon as posible and star study because that is going to be the most dificcult , any question let me know okk guyy

    please i will star clinical in just a week , my clinical is in jackson at the oncology floor , any advice and what to expect .
  13. by   nuesemed
    Hi Leo, Thanks for your response! I had another question. What's your schedule like for the lecture classes and clinicals? I've called the school and spoken to several people and they tell me that they dont have a schedule and that classes for the nursing program usually start from 7am to 4pm. Is that right?