JCC Nursing School Schedule

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    This is my first post! If I have duplicated a topic I appologize!

    I am applying next semester for JCC's RN program. I am one of those people that have to work at least 3/4 time and go to school. I was just wondering what the school schedule for JCC's nursing program is? Ive heard the first few semesters are just 3 days a week but of course require an insane amount of studying (as do all nursing programs). Any info is helpful! Thanks!

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    Quote from leckzieloo
    This is my first post! If I have duplicated a topic I appologize!

    I am applying next semester for JCC's RN program. I am one of those people that have to work at least 3/4 time and go to school. I was just wondering what the school schedule for JCC's nursing program is? Ive heard the first few semesters are just 3 days a week but of course require an insane amount of studying (as do all nursing programs). Any info is helpful! Thanks!
    This is for Jefferson community and technical college in Louisville, Ky.. Sorry I didn't clarify.
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    I start in January and classes are mon and tues with clinicals one day a week. Likely Wednesday.

    I can't speak directly to other semesters.
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    Quote from leckzieloo
    This is my first post! If I have duplicated a topic I appologize!I am applying next semester for JCC's RN program. I am one of those people that have to work at least 3/4 time and go to school. I was just wondering what the school schedule for JCC's nursing program is? Ive heard the first few semesters are just 3 days a week but of course require an insane amount of studying (as do all nursing programs). Any info is helpful! Thanks!
    Hey! I am currently in third semester at JCTC and basically each semester for the first week or 2...you have class 3-4 days/week. In second semester classes are on Tuesdays but occasionally we had an extra day to make up for breaks. In third semester our class is every Wednesday with again some occasional extra days around break time. Second semester most clinicals were 12hr 1 day a week with the exception of one group that split theirs into 1 8 hr day and 1 4 hr day. Most of third semester is 1 12 hr dayWorking is rough during nursing school but it is doable. I work 24hrs/wk but some work full time and have families...I praise those people for I would have lost my mind. My advice is to do lots and lots of practice questions...Davis success serious has some great books for every semester that you can use. Find a small group of buddies and set up study meetings a day or two before a test. This helps refresh your memory! Good luck!
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    Quote from lizsophia329
    Hey! I am currently in third semester at JCTC and basically each semester for the first week or 2...you have class 3-4 days/week. In second semester classes are on Tuesdays but occasionally we had an extra day to make up for breaks. In third semester our class is every Wednesday with again some occasional extra days around break time. Second semester most clinicals were 12hr 1 day a week with the exception of one group that split theirs into 1 8 hr day and 1 4 hr day. Most of third semester is 1 12 hr dayWorking is rough during nursing school but it is doable. I work 24hrs/wk but some work full time and have families...I praise those people for I would have lost my mind. My advice is to do lots and lots of practice questions...Davis success serious has some great books for every semester that you can use. Find a small group of buddies and set up study meetings a day or two before a test. This helps refresh your memory! Good luck!
    Thanks for responding! It eases my mind to have some insight on what it will be like. Good luck in the rest of your school!
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    Quote from girlmama
    I start in January and classes are mon and tues with clinicals one day a week. Likely Wednesday.

    I can't speak directly to other semesters.
    Thanks for responding! Good luck!


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