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McFatter LPN Program - page 7

are there any current students enrolled in mcfatter's lpn program? can you pretty please give any information? 1. how much time have you dedicated to the program, are you wrking? 2. does the... Read More

  1. Visit  ETM1 profile page
    #65 0
    HI,
    what are the pros and cons of the school?
    Do the teachers teach or is it just power points?
    What percent is need on the test to pass?
    Do you believe that you get prepared to be a good LPN?
    what hospitals do you go to ?
    what is better the morning or the night?


    help please!!! thank you
  2. Visit  ETM1 profile page
    #66 0
    hi,
    what are the pros and cons of the school?
    Do the teachers teach or is it just power points?
    What percent is need on the test to pass?
    Do you believe that you get prepared to be a good LPN?
    what hospitals do you go to ?
    what is better the morning or the night?


    help please!!! thank you
  3. Visit  ETM1 profile page
    #67 0
    Why do you believe that you are more relaxed?
  4. Visit  jennfacee15 profile page
    #68 0
    The program was O.K., depending on the teachers.. some do teach. MOST use powerpoints. Clinical sites were mainly Memorial (they didn't let us do much) and nursing homes in Tamarac and Pembroke Pines. (A few others scattered in between.) 70% to pass the tests and the "units" 2-4 tests per unit. Average must be a 70%. I took days, however I heard nights were good as well. (Night classes definitely had less students, makes me think they might have gotten a better education with a smaller student to teacher ratio.)
    Last edit by traumaRUs on Oct 27

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