iceis 669 Views
Joined Aug 30, '07.
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Take your time and weigh the pros and cons of the cost of the program. It really comes down to time or money! I also was shocked by the cost of the program at first, however I decided I didn't want to wait for a spot in a CC. I am glad I went with ECPI because I am now an LPN while others are still on waiting list. Not to mention my class had a 100% pass rate on the NCLEX which says something for the program. I wish you well with whatever you decide.
WOW, Great work. You are an inspiration..
I think I spoke to you in the hall yesterday, I was the one asking a gazillion questions.Thanks for your time. Good luck on your
NCLEX I am sure you will do fantastic!!!
My class is starting to get into the Cmas thing, if only I knew what I was doing!!
I wish you all the best!!! Thanks for sharing your choice with us. Isn't it funny how we all have a common goal yet so many different paths to get there.
All the best to you.
:mortarboard:WOW!!! I am excited for you.... You have reminded me of what all this is for. Congrats to you, and continued success. :smiley_aa
Allison, Hope your feeling better.
I am currently attending ECPI's PN program. We just started so I am still trying to figure out how to juggle work and school. I am enjoying it thus far.
I am thinking of changing careers and becoming a LPN. While searching for a CC to attend I have noticed the possibility of being on a long waiting list. I looked into ECPI spoke with a recruiter and took the entrance exam and did well, we discussed the total cost of the program.
Long story short I am wanting to move forward with the program, but have seen some comments about credits not transferring when I want to bridge to RN.
Just wondering if anyone out there has attended ECPI and was their experience positive. And did they have any problems transferring credits?
I am sure this question has been asked before.
Thanks in advance for any info given.
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