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- Jun 25, '09 by Ladii_TQuote from icu123are the cna courses for brookdale held on the main campus or at one of the hec's?brookdale offers the cna course. go to the atec building and go straight into the double doors. its called business and development. i believe the times and dates will be posted soon for the fall. sign up fast, they sometimes go quick. i was on the waitlist for the time and date i needed and luckly got called just 2 weeks before start date.
you can email me or aim at iccul123 if you like for anything else.
- Jun 25, '09 by TiffanyLovesPinkLadii T,
I don't have the answer to your question but... send me a pm and I can give you the phone number for that department. I just spoke with a woman there who was very nice. :spin: The fall schedule for all courses (including CNA) comes out Monday morning and that they fill up VERY QUICKLY. It's $900 and you can call up to register or go online. Just thought you should have this information since it's happening quickly.Last edit by tnbutterfly on Jun 25, '09 : Reason: Please do not post phone numbers
- Jun 25, '09 by icu123they are held at the hazlet campus, freehold campus as far as i know.
- Jan 24, '11 by breanna519I just was accepting into the Nursing program.. I am bit overwhelmed, and I am trying to find a direction on what to memorize. So far when I read the chapters everything seems very important to remember. The teachers power point doesn't cover much of anything. So what should I do. The teacher didn't get the best reviews, however I am determined to be successful in this course. Any suggestions?
- Aug 8, '12 by LJ85Quote from sharihamill22I am taking the hesi entrance exam very soon and hoping to clep inI recently graduated form the BCC nursing program(Dec. 2008) and I can tell you that it is a hard as you make it. I mean you have to study, listen in class, attend all classes and ask questions when in doubt. The nursing educators are ALL very knowledgable, some are tougher than others, some are better at the teaching process than others, and some are so good at teaching that it is a pleasure to be in their class, but one thing that they all have in common is going out of their way to help you succeed. Every staff member including the Lab nurses are there to help you succeed all you need to do is ask. As far as learning alot, you learn more than you possible think you could in 2 years.
As for the HESI there are 3 one is the Psych test, then there is the mid curricular HESI and than the exit HESI. The Psych HESI is not that hard if you listen and read, but you have to study, study, study for the mid curricular and the exit HESI.
Let me know if you already started the program because if you didn't I can tell you more about what to do first.