princezzav 877 Views
Joined Oct 11, '12.
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Yes that's very good! Also depends on what score your school requires.
Wife and Mother of 2 boys
Length: 11 months
Begin: Jun 3, 2013
End: May 2014
School: Wright College Chicago, IL
Excited, anxious, and can't wait to get started!
Thanks! I hope go things go smooth too.
Thank! I'm excited too! I've been rushing with the health forms as well. It was hard getting an appointment at such short notice. Yes, I'll be registering on Tuesday and going to the orientation on Monday. Are you taking the morning or night classes?
I was just recently accepted to the LPN program at Wright College. Is there anyone else starting in June 2013? Is anyone familiar with the program? I'm excited and a bit nervous. Any info would be appreciated.
I applied to Wright College and I know they require at least a 2.5 GPA and at least a 50 on the teas. The counselor did say that the average teas score was in the 50's and 60's.
I just recently applied for the Spring semester and waiting for a resonse. They weren't very clear at how many points they give or require for acceptance.
I applied to Wright College in Chicago. They don't start sending out acceptance letters until December. I'm waiting impatiently!
Thank you for your responses! They were all very helpful. As fas as getting salary information from google, the ranges are so widespread. I'm not sure if I will have to work, but I just wanted some info in case I had to go that route.
I'm planning to enter an LPN program and continuing to the RN program, but I'm thinking I might have to work while in the RN program. I was just curious how much LPN's make. I live in Chicago.
Try recording the lecture and/or study groups. Talk to the other students and find out what their having trouble with. You might find that the professor is the problem and not you.
I just submitted my application to Wright Colege. Can anyone tell me what a good TEAS score and GPA are for this school? Is it really competetive?
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