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I attended TSPN. It is an ok school...it has it's ups and downs. Everyone in my class passed boards on the first try and with the least amount of questions possible. Sometimes you have to just grin and bear some of the things that go on around there! Good Luck!!
Yeah what kinds of things went on at the school. Seems like you received a pretty good education because everyone passed the boards on the first try. Would you recommend the school.
Im coming from michigan as well.
Hey Porkey, I just got my information packet from TSPN, you should call the # someone on here provided and have one sent to u. I'm about to get the book NET study guide. I see they have a evening school too, that will work for me. Rob I need to know if its worth going to, do u recommend the school?
Hi Sirena, yeah I received an info packet as well. I see they are starting an evening program which is great with me, because I work part time during the day and didn't want to give up my job. I already have a net book, I wonder are the net books all the same? Anyway, hopefully I can study from the one I have. Maybe we will see each other around. Oh, the only thing is they want you to be a certified cna, I think and Im not, so thats extra time and money.\
Hey Porkey, what study guide are you using? I found a thread on here that posted a site for the practice NET test http://www.testprepreview.com/nursing_practice.htm. I printed it off and I'm going to study it. So check it out. I probably wont go for the test until next year, I'm finishing my bachelors in business now and will graduate in December. Good luck!
Hi I was wondering if any one has experience with working while going through this program?? Also I was wondering if anyone has experience with taking out loans while going through this program??
I just got accepted and I still feel a bit confused as to what route is best for me and my future. It seems like this is the wisest route because all the other nursing programs seem to have waiting list. Also it seems like it would be easyer to finish my rn and go on to my masters if I got my LPN first because then I would be abel to work part time and support my self better. I am 23 and I want to do the right thing with school any experience with this school would be great to here about.
Hey amberlynn I am starting the program there in sept and when I went to orientation the Financial aid advisor, advised us that we will max out all loans and pell money on the program. I am trying to figure out now how can I try to get additional loan money to help out with gas because I live in michigan.
Wow!...I'm glad you guys posted additional information on this school because i just turned in my application packet for the program that starts in March 2012 and I was also curious about on how I was going to pay for school. I'm glad they do accept financial aid!
@sunflower777...Im in the process of turning my application in within the next week or so. My question is did TSPN say anything about how many seats they still had available. Also do you know of where I can go to get my background check done cheaper...btw I live in Michigan. Any information would be greatly appreciated!