Wilbur Wright College Chicago Humbolt Park Vocational Education Center LPN program - page 3
Hi, I'm very new at this so please be patient with me :) I've researched the LPN program with Wilbur Wright College at the Humbolt Park Vocational Education Center in Chicago, IL. Has anyone attended the program? Can anyone... Read More
- 0Quote from blogeraCan you give me some info about teas exam and how to prepare ? Thank you.@JessiBoopCNA: Hi! I just finished the program last December. Congratulations on the program. First off, I advice you to stay on the "train". LPN Wright is a good program. Our batch is reviewing for the boards and we are all supportive of each other. It would be best to find supportive friends in the program. You will need each other, personally and academically. Your feet got in to the door, you are in, and just stay in until you're done after 3 semesters. It will be a breeze!
- 0Mar 24, '11 by DynetteMAQuote from jessiboopcnai would love to join your group my email is firstname.lastname@example.org thankshello blogera! thank you for responding! i created a secret group on facebook for present and past students of the program. i would really love for you to join! please send me a private message with your name and email info if you're interested. thank you much!
- 0Mar 29, '11 by blogeraIf you have finished the prerequisites, Id say go for Wright College. LPN program is cheaper but so many applicants so if you have done all your prerequisites, you are set to apply and take their entrance I think they require 50 or 60 % score. If you really want to know more go in their information session which is Tuesday and Thursday 10-11 am and 2-3 pm. They will answer all your questions there plus you get to fill out the application form and get the feel of the academic environment there. =D
Quote from DynetteMAHello everyone, I am new to this site, I too have researched Wilbur Wright LPN program and PcctI in OakBrook, and is still undesided on which one to choose from, Pccti is one yr long, a flexible class schedule,and is nearby,but on the other hand it costs $14,999! Whereas Wilbur Wright program is 3 semesters? ( I think), and in Chicago, (which is not that far away) and costs about 6,000 and some change Do they have flexible class times? How long is 3 semesters?Any answers?
- 0Mar 29, '11 by RUBY2623RNQuote from blogeraBlogera, do you know what version teas they use?If you have finished the prerequisites, Id say go for Wright College. LPN program is cheaper but so many applicants so if you have done all your prerequisites, you are set to apply and take their entrance I think they require 50 or 60 % score. . =D
- 0Apr 5, '11 by RescueNinja2013Hello, I don't know why my email wasn't updating me with responses until now , but for Ruby2623 and rimilena, Wright/HPVC uses the TEAS V version, not the 3.4 version. A LOT of students, including myself, found the TEAS V entrance exam to be tricky with riddle-like questions and a lot of us kept getting logged out and we'd have to wait for the proctor to log us back in (and he took his sweet time doing so, so there was time lossed, which resulted in lower scores).
- 0Apr 5, '11 by RescueNinja2013Hi Smokey2112, future students of this program will find that they are EXTREMELY disorganized, and treat the students like they're in high school. You are literally not allowed to "talk back" or prove a point without getting called in to the director's office, and she is something else! They are truly ridiculous. Also, ATI exams are given (the TEAS's company) and there are 9 thick books and 6 discs that are to be studied on ON YOUR OWN TIME, yet you have 1 chance to take the exam and the study materials are given a week before the exams. MANY, MANY students called the district office to complain, so the heat is on.