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Yes, way too much. But, I did graduate with a 4.0 and passed my NCLEX on the first try. I had my license to work as an LPN one month to the day from graduation. I am working and making $21 an hour though. Overall, I have to say Keiser College was a good experience and has taken me one step closer to my goal of becoming an ARNP. I am now half way through the RN program with Excelsior and have found that the foundation I got from LPN school has made the tests bearable.
I was almost going to pay $40K for a BSN degree at Nova Southeastern University......... but destiny had it's way and took me to Broward Community College.......... and did not pay a cent to go to school.
NSU was a great school, but unfortunately I failed one class.... and even if I did pass it, I did not qualify for loans (my mom only makes $15K per year, so she could not be the co-signer for the loans)
anywho, Going to BCC was very tough, we got treated with lots of disrespect that no student should go thru.
I would of gone to Keiser but it is really expensive for an associates degree. So what i did is, never took my name off the waiting list of BCC even though I was accepted at NSU.
so my last day at NSU, I got my acceptance letter to BCC.
I passed some good times, and sad times at that school.... but I made it and passed boards 1st time.
out of 88 people from 3 campuses, 84 passed boards 1st time.
I am happy that I passed, I have no loans, and even if I waited 1 year 8 months.... it was all worth it at the end.
BTW, Broward Community College does not have a waiting list anymore!!!
my friend who is applying to Keiser in miami, said that there is a 2 year waiting list.