I graduated ADN/RN from KCKCC.
We did more clinical hours than a BSN program.
It's the only program I, or any other nurse I know, where they don't allow you to view or correct your scantrons (the form that you fill in the circles for test answers.
Some have been outright refused when they have demanded to see their scantrons as proof of grade.
Some have actually had to hire an attorney after they were erroneously told that they flunked, and the scantron had to be presented and proved otherwise.
I heard from friends in Kansas, and all over the country, that they are given the test form, their scantron, a blank sheet of paper and a red pen. There are instructors stationed on each side, front and back, and all purses, bookbags, etc are against the outlying wall.
In a program where you can be flunked by 1 point, they stole a lot of points from the students who are in this program.
If you go through this program, be prepared to track your own quiz points,,,I've had no less than 5 quiz points alone magically disappear by the end of the semester.
That makes a helluva a lot of difference when points count for your scholarship(s).
They could care less!
The KCKCC program is tough, and you get more respect if you make it through, but be thoroughly prepared!