PCCTI LPN Program in Chicago
- 0Apr 7, '11 by winniecooperDoes anyone know much about the PCCTI LPN program in Chicago? I'd begun looking into but now I see there's a class action lawsuit against them and apparently they don't have good clinical sites. Not sure what's going on there but if anyone has the inside scoop, please share.
- 0Nov 3, '12 by babiegurl0003I went there, and graduated last December. I did pass my boards but that is only because I managed to get by with 3 hrs of sleep a night for a year, and teach myself. The school is a pathetic excuse for education, and the admin cares only about money. I missed clinicals, and Nitasha told me to see her about making them up-which I did 3 times-and I never had too. It's fine with me because I work in the field and was doing more as a tech at work then they could get access to at their clinicals (they will tell you clinicals will be at both hospital and nursing home settings-but that is a lie). All in all my instructor was amazing- atleast the one that didnt quit mid semester......you can pay your way thru remediation to pass, and the tests are the same....Study sessions for the tests you need to take before hand are great- they give you the answers to all the test questions so you are guaranteed admittance.
- 0Feb 19, '13 by irenedelapazQuote from babiegurl0003I agree. Your posting is more credible. I hope the school does somethingread my posting below.....big msitake - And i am not a bitter student, i passed the program, never had remediation, and I have been licensed since this spring and working. But I do wish I didn't make such a poor choice in education....its a sad excuse for a school
- 0Feb 19, '13 by irenedelapazQuote from babiegurl0003Teachers in this school do not have any part in the grading system since the school does that for them. They do not make the test nor do they grade them. Some teach well. Some read power points. For theory, i think an online system would be better.read my posting below.....big msitake - And i am not a bitter student, i passed the program, never had remediation, and I have been licensed since this spring and working. But I do wish I didn't make such a poor choice in education....its a sad excuse for a school