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    I didn't get up to the tests yet.... just the tutorials.... if someone finds out if we really need to take those tests can you please let the rest of us know, it would be appreciated.

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    Hello- I had a question, did anyone purchase the ATI program and have issues finding the Nursing Logic 2.0? I don't see it as an attachment or tutuorial... thanks!

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    i paid the 100$ deposit but my curriculum still says liberal arts, did anyone pay and have it change automatically? or did you have to do something.... idk if the lady in the cashiers office knew what she was doing... i had to remind her i had to sign the slip lol

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    Zoily85 and adr12 like this.

    OH AWESOME! Im super excited too i can NOT wait! so many changes to make, i keep wondering what the first semester will be like, i know its an intro lpn to rn class.... wondering if its a morning or afternoon class....UGH can't WAIT!

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    adr12 likes this.

    Got my letter!! Accepted to grant lpn to rn!!! Yay god is good! Congrats to all those that recieved their letters!

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    Just called admissions- LETTERS WENT OUT YESTERDAY, check mail today and tomorrow, spreading the word hoping we all get in- BEST OF LUCK TO ALL

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    bridetobe87 and Amleonard27 like this.

    Just called admissions- LETTERS WENT OUT YESTERDAY, check mail today and tomorrow, spreading the word hoping we all get in- BEST OF LUCK TO ALL

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    ACUTE: CCU, ICU ect,.... def hostpital experience perferred, but give it a shot!

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    SAUNDERS!!! the CD IS AMAZZINGGGG! you must read the rationales though to grasp the ideas concepts and reasoning for the answers, may help! worked for me! just passed my NCLEX PN.

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    ummmmm, OB means obstetrical, vaginal issues, ect, labor and delivery is exactly that, birthing and so forth, as well as office experience for an OB/GYN physician. In OB you can be dealing with for example, vaginal cancers, cervical cancer, cervical polyps, vaginal diseases, ect. Labor and delivery is pregnancies and the delivery of infants. Both are closely related, dont think you should be applying for a job if you dont know the basics of what they are requiring!

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    hey, i didnt take the teas, however i did hear that the science is pretty difficult, but if you focus on your math and reading you should do well. study, study study ! there are some teas study workbooks you can get and sample tests on the internet, reasearch and get as much info as you can, im in the program right now, and i LOVE IT! my class is awsome, the instructors are awesome, its a family enviorment, we all help each other out, its about all of us making it to graduation, its truly a wonderful experience, and if the whole Nursing career is like this, you can guarantee that I will most def. be going for my RN an BS...You have to really want it, but it can be done, good luck to you, let me know how it goes! I would love to be of any help!

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    about the prep test, work on your reading comprehension, basic math skills, and critical thinking.the pre req class for this is excellent! its basic math, like percentages, conversions, addition sub. mult of decimals, the reading is fairly easy and common sense, although dont underestimate it, it all depends on the individual. However, if you take the prep course you'll do excellent, and it even helps you to score amazingly on the NET! its a great resource and totally worth the wait, money and effort!!! if you really want it , you can do it!



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