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Lamar State College LVN to RN

  1. 0 Any one in this program? I am looking it to it as it is the cheapest option I have found... Seems a lot like excelsior with the exception on clinicals (how do they do them?)????
  2. Visit  halexander4 profile page

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    Joined Jul '10; Posts: 13; Likes: 1.

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  3. Visit  NurseCubanitaRN2b profile page
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    You must be a Texas resident for at least one year before applying. At least that's what was told to me. What they also told me is that clinicals are done locally in Texas, and you pay as you go.
  4. Visit  mlh0283 profile page
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    Is this program accredited?
  5. Visit  arlel58 profile page
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    I am with Angelo State University Hospital Affiliate Program LVN to RN. Send me an email for more details...AManio1958@gmail.com
  6. Visit  katana600 profile page
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    I am also looking for someone who has done this program. It seems to be a little better than Excelisor, because of the way the clinicals are done. I got all the basic info. It sounds good.
  7. Visit  Rasmauryn profile page
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    its accrd. by TBON, N its not yet a yr old.. im planning to join in fall this yia. thou i want 2 gather more info bout if any one is 2. i just wanna make the rite choice since il b paying from my pocket, they dont offer fin. aid...
  8. Visit  Rasmauryn profile page
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    Quote from mlh0283
    Is this program accredited?
    yeah by TBON
  9. Visit  katana600 profile page
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    according to info it is, I have talked to them several times. I am considering June. I don't kno any1 that's in it.
  10. Visit  arlel58 profile page
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    I'm with Anglo at this time its.a.good legit but u need to be a Texas resident to avail d program clinicals on site u need to.find ur own.proctor and preceptor a bsn is must contact me for.more details AManio 1958@gmail.com
    latrussell likes this.
  11. Visit  nmfd profile page
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    I am currently taking the program. The program is very fast paced. Each class is about 5 weeks long. You have several assignment's due each week. I was in the LVN-RN program in HCC and had to drop out for medical reasons. Then I decided to do this on-line program. I use to think that HCC was hard. Now compared to this program, HCC is a piece of cake. From my personal experience I would recommend you go to a local college, where you attend a class. If you do not have that option because of your circumstance then you can do this program. Be ready to study and work for many many hours. I am currently half way through the program
    AnnetteTX, champain63, Rasmauryn, and 1 other like this.
  12. Visit  katana600 profile page
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    Thanks for the info. I applied to three schools in my area. Two of them I didn't get in and the other I got alternate. Most of my college hours are online, so I have no problems with assisgnments and my job is encouraging the online program because they don't have to work around school hours. I willadmitt a little scared because I don't know to expect. Looks like I might start in June if not then, it will be September, GOOD Luck to you
  13. Visit  Rasmauryn profile page
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    nmfd
    thnx a bunch, this really helped ill kip it in mind,,gud luk with skul n hop u get to feel better with ur health
  14. Visit  arlel58 profile page
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    Lamar Rep visited methodist hospital and presented their program which will take 15 months for a fee of $5,132 online lvn to rn by Lamar State College Port Arthur,TX anybody in this program already please give me some input if it is worh spending this huge amt, of money in this program...thanks...


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