So, this is my first time on this site to let me feelings known. I just finished the course for my lpn. I took the first exit exam, and failed miserably due to the people that were constantly in and out of the room. I thought it was suppose to be very quiet, as if we were doing the nclex. I had one particular lady constantly knocking into my chair and making noise in back of me. She wasn't a student, but one of the staff members. I am known for passing all ATI's that were given to me through out my schooling, and at that, with good scores, with the acception of pharm. Now, I have to go and take my second test next month. After graduation. I'm upset with the school for not having a nurse (teacher) in the class with the students. Instead, we had the office help in there with no consideration for us students taking this hard test. I hope that someone important from that school reads this, and has some consideration for the students taking their exit exam. The noise and constant people walking through the room will stop and give us students a chance to be what we worked so hard to be...... NURSES!!!!!
I also want to mention that there are four teachers that I would love for the school to recognize for their hard work and constant support to the students. ********************** I couldn't get through this all without these particular teachers. I really got the concept, and the critical thinking down pack with the knowledge that they gave me. I'm not trying to plug anyone to give them something they don't deserve, but these women are extraordinary nurses. I find that the school is very lucky to have them on the faculty. Just when I was going to give up, Ms. ****** pushed me to work harder. When I thought I just didn't get the concept, Ms. ******* force fed me it. Ms. ****** made the me understand with her words, and made it easy to embrace. Ms. ****** gave me a second chance to redeem myself, and the things I didn't understand the first time, she opened up my mind, and made me feel as if I'm not a failure for having to repeat. Give them women the recognition that is owed to them for everything and they have taught, and all that they have given.