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So we don't have clinically for this program? Where can I find more info about this school? I am currently trying to get into a Lpn RN bridge. Thank you
hello i feel the same way. although im ignoring the negative comments i feel like i will be missing out on a lot of hands on like i would recieve going to a traditional school. from someone who has only done homecare i feel like i wont have any skills, how is that marketable? can anyone answer
I did my LPN-ASN at a community college and it cost me less than $4,000 I now make just over $5,000 per month as an RN. That program was only a year long, but that was bc I had bee. Out of school greater than 2 years while those that had gone back sooner didn't have to take a refresher class and got it done in 6 months.
My RN to BSN is looking to be around $12,000
When I was looking at LPN to BSN it was going to be between $20,000 and $45,000 and about 3 years of schooling. I'd have also had to retake the majority of my LPN classes which really put me off.
It is the thread that you are on. Read rainbowvahmet's article, "How I passed the TEAS":
Mechelle38, do not give up. Follow this guy/gal's advice to the letter and I cannot fathom you not doing well. As the original poster notes, that ATI manual should be the primary resource and I agree 100%. Start with it and use any other means to supplement it and your learning.
To all of you applying to GPC's nursing program:
It is a very hard program but you will learn everything you need to pass the NCLEX-RN. You will more than likely become annoyed with all the last min stuff the teachers love to spring on you but what can you do. GPC's nursing program will prepare you well for the NCLEX this is a fact. They have like a 99% pass rate, this much I know is true. The vast majority of my class have been passing the NCLEX with it stopping at 75Q and thats with little to no studying. Mine stopped at 95Q's with maybe 2 days of reviewing (nothing major at all), that's it.
I wish you all the best of luck with getting accepted bc GPC has a great nursing program
keepmovinglpn congratulations on graduating! That is awesome! Can you give us an idea of what the schedule is like at GPC? I've read that you have clinicals twice a week, every other week but do these last the entire semester? Also, how many days per week do you have lecture? I'm trying to get some idea of what I'm going to do for childcare IF I get in! Congrats again
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