lala71848 980 Views
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I have been living in this area for yrs its very different compared to Miami..apt on summerlin are very nice and reasonable
Is anyone in Hi-Tech Central lpn program in Ft.myers?
I would like to get into the lpn program in the summer is there anyone that is already in this program at Hi-tech central in fort myers? if so how is it? is it hard to get into the program?
ImO I think its better because getting into the nursing program where I am located is impossible there are no open spots and there are alot of people that are just stuck because they couldn't get in. But once you have your LPN you are automatically enrolled into there program and its less time to finish since you already completed the first yr of nursing school in your Lpn Program
Hi I was recently told that going to a vocational school might be the best route for me to complete my LpN then eventually complete my Rn. I am living in south west fl and I have never attend a Vocational school. I would like to try to enter into there program by March(next date available) what I would like to know is what is the difference between attending vocational vs regular college to complete your Lpn.
Hi, I want to sign up for the lpn program where I am living I was just wondering when signing up for the lpn program through a vocational school is it normally mandatory for you to submit a drug test??
Ive tried calling but the number is unavailable does anyone know if this is still available?
Hello I am trying to get into a lpn program at this technical school in my area and the school goes according to points to enter into the program, Now if your a CNA you have somewhat of an advantage into getting in quicker. I really do not want to be a Cna(no offense) I just want to go further and become a lpn then bridge over to my rn. Now My question is there any possible way that you do not have to take a cna course in order to become certified as a cna? I live in the state of florida. any advice will be helpful. Thank you.
Hi was looking to challenge the cna test and I was wondering if you can actually do this without taking a cna course and how do you go about doing it this way?
Hello everyone, I am currently a student at edison state college, at the moment I am trying to complete my pre reqs for when I am ready to enter into the nursing program. like many of you all know it is very difficult to get into the nursing program so im hoping to enter to the program through the bridge program. Now I would like to start looking to enter into a lpn program asap, I was wondering if there were any programs in ft.myers area or even in tampa that I can try to enroll in by sept? preferably less than 10k. Also are all entries into the lpn program the same like based on a point system. example more points if you are already a CNA. Any info will be helpful .Thank you!
Hi im currently a student @ edison and im almost done taking all of my preqs, What I would like to know is if speech is a requirement for the bsn nursing program?
I am also attending edison college and taking my prerequisites, the teachers are okay depending on you have! What's good about the school is that if you are having any problems in a course they offer a free tutor for an hr once a week.
hello, i live in ft.myers florida,and im currently looking for schools that i can attend. i went to speak with an advisor over at hodges university, and they seem really nice there. this will be my first time attending college, the tuition seems pretty high, but im hoping financial aid will cover most of the cost. i am not too sure if attending hodges would be the best bet for me they are a partner school with nova, ive done some research on nova and i was wondering if its my best bet to complete all my pre reqs @ a community college n transfer the credits over to nova, or start attending college at hodges since they are a parnter school with nova which im hoping will give me more of an advantage to enter into the nursing program. any advice would help out. thank you:d
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