BCTC Nursing Fall 2011 - page 5

I applied for BCTC nursing program beginning fall 2011. I am thinking whoever applied should find out this week or next week. Anyone else here apply?... Read More

  1. Visit  Donnie-RN profile page
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    I don't know what program you attended, but it wasn't Lawrenceburg.

    I just graduated the Lawrenceburg ADN Program, Class of 2012 and it was the most wonderful experience of my life. It had a great atmosphere, the faculty was like family, you don't get any special favors and it is hard work but you will know your stuff when you are finished. I was highly educated and highly trained by our faculty and I am very confident in myself as an RN. The 2011 class had 100% pass rate on NCLEX, and I am positive we will do the same.

    I hate that you didn't have a very good experience with Bluegrass, but for the one's thinking about going to Bluegrass, go to Lawrenceburg's program, you will be one heck of a nurse when you graduate.
  2. Visit  RN_2012 profile page
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    As Donnie-RN stated, you couldn't have been at Lawrenceburg. I can now come back and say that I have graduated from there in the same class of 2012. I am fully prepared to pass the NCLEX and have already scheduled it. Pretty much everyone who started in our program was a 4.0 student but nursing school is hard, it is different than any other type of course you have taken. You do have to take responsibility for your self(keeping copies of your own immunization records and anything else you have) and you have to be proactive in your learning (study guides are a plus, not something owed to anyone). This is what will separate the one's who fail out and those who do not.
  3. Visit  icantw8 profile page
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    Quote from RN_2012
    As Donnie-RN stated, you couldn't have been at Lawrenceburg. I can now come back and say that I have graduated from there in the same class of 2012. I am fully prepared to pass the NCLEX and have already scheduled it. Pretty much everyone who started in our program was a 4.0 student but nursing school is hard, it is different than any other type of course you have taken. You do have to take responsibility for your self(keeping copies of your own immunization records and anything else you have) and you have to be proactive in your learning (study guides are a plus, not something owed to anyone). This is what will separate the one's who fail out and those who do not.
    Thanks for the insight! I start the Cooper ADN program in August, and I'm pumped!!! After Summer II I will have EVERYTHING out of the way except nursing classes, and I'm prepared to work my behind off to maintain my spot in the program! Good luck on your NCLEX!!!

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