Congrats Ms. Holman!!!! You are right, it is what you make of it!! I guess from speaking to people from RN programs at Lourdes and Helene Fuld and St. Francis, they all seemed so formal, professional, strict when it came to grades and what was required by the students. Then going into LT it was a laid back atmosphere, the staff did not talk to you like they were a professor but like they were your next door neighbor and seeing prospective students wearing belly shirts and thigh high boots made me think what they heck is going on here lol. But as for the actual education I have no idea. I am actually in a multi skilled technician program right now, it's a 3 month course I start my phlebotomy clinicals next week, can't wait. There are a lot of hospitals hiring for this position so I'm hoping I will have a job in 2 months and then have them pay for my RN! Good luck to all of you lpn's!!!
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