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    I live in Scranton now im going to Penn State Worthington/Scranton.Feel free to contact me anytime if you have any questions or anything-Jenna

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    Hello All, I was wondering if anyone is from in or around these areas. Im somewhat new to the area and just seeing whos out there from where. Thanks Jenna

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    Im sorry,Sinclair does not have an LPN program, "I meant CTC" I have a friend that is in the program at CTC.The program is very nice, once you get through their LPN program they have an LPN to RN that you can go directly into. Also they have a plan set up if you sign with one of their hospitals for 5 years yeah I know 5 years is a long time lol. They will pay for your program or atleast a big portion of it. If you have anymore questions feel free to contact me. BTW im pretty sure the next classes start in July. Good luck to you hope this helps Jenna.

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    Sinclair has an LPN program, hope this helps.

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    Happy Birthday!! I hope it's a great one.:hatparty:

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    Hi Amanda, thank you so much for your reply!!! I felt so lost I had no idea what study guide to even get. I am in pa what state are yu in?
    Thanks a billion!! Jenna

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    Hello All, I was wondering if anyone has taken the PSB test, if so is there any advice about this test you can offer me or anything you can tell me about the test.... O yeah PSB-PN any information will be greatly appreciated
    Thanks in advance Jenna

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    Quote from GirlCalledJack
    Jenna, I am taking A&P through Colorado Community Colleges online, and I know a few other members here use them as well...
    Thank you so much for you reply, I am going to check that out.:O)

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    Wow you did a great job on this thread!!! It is such a help.
    I have a question iI heard some people take a&p online?
    can anyone tell me through what colleges you can take a&p online?
    thanks a million in advance!!

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    Hello all, it is now tuesday just getting a chance to get back to the thread. I hope everyone is doin well, i am so tired and have a major headache already, which we probably all do at times take care. PS and I hope you feel better.

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    Hello All, I am officially A pre-nursing student. I start classes tomorrow I was worried about A&P but after i got my book im no longer worried. I want everyone to keep their heads up and we can do this. Although im a little worried, about what, I don't know it must just be the first day of school lol everyone take care and Good Luck.

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    Quote from purplemania
    No and yes. All new grads, regardless of where they get their degree, have to take the same exam in order to get their license. So everyone starts off as a "new nurse". However, some facilities pay more for BSN prepared nurses, some pay more if you work nights or weekends, some pay more if you work in hard to fill areas. After you have been a nurse for about two years you can get certified in your area of practice. That might be worth some extra pay. Or you can apply for the clinical ladder (assuming your facility has one) and earn points that get extra pay. But in the beginning most nurses earn about the same.
    Thanks so much for the information!!!:0)

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    I was just wondering if there is a difference in pay,If you go to a community college or a University? I was wondering if there is a difference in positions you can get etc... Thanks much for your replys

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    Quote from rgrgray
    has anyone taken this test (NET). i dont have to take it for a year but wondering how i study for it, if its really hard, etc... any info will be great thanks tessa i believe it is (nursing entrance test) does it ring a bell
    my campus bookstore had there own copy of the NET book so you might want to check there

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    Quote from CHATSDALE
    i personally think that there is probably less racism in nursing than in most other professions..basically because we have to depend on each other in emergencies
    i have worked with asian, black, redneck, cajun, gay m/f, canadian, english and just about anything that you can think of in between..
    some of the nurses were outstanding..some i suspected found their licenses in a box of cracker jack..but it had no relation to sex, race, sexual preference, point of orgin, level of education, pigamentation etc
    i hope that op finds some smarter nurses to work with
    what exactly is "REDNECK"?



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