Mid manhattan/brooklyn adult lpn - page 34

has anyone attended this program? i take the entrance test in april and i dont know what to expect. is it very hard? is this program any good?... Read More

  1. by   Nurse Mel1
    Hey Guys,
    So are you all ready to begin the journey in 7 days? I can't wait! I'm so excitedWish you guys the Best of Luck.
  2. by   NURSEGUY1
    Quote from Prospective Nurse1
    Hey Guys,
    So are you all ready to begin the journey in 7 days? I can't wait! I'm so excitedWish you guys the Best of Luck.
    I'm just anxious to start already, I know I might not be so eager when school actually start. But I am up for the challenge. Best of luck to you too!
  3. by   gloryogogo
    hi, i read thru your post and i kind of understand the whole thing now. i never heard of this until a friend hinted me, but didn't give details. am a CNA now but want to further more in the health field. can you tell me when the next LPN class starts (2011)? where to go, and the necessary things i should know. Pls i dont want to miss the next class.

    thanks
  4. by   NURSEGUY1
    Quote from NURSEGUY1
    Hi PIINK, if you want to apply for the Brooklyn, Manhattan or Goldwater schools, you would have to call either the brooklyn or Manhattan school in late October to find out if applications for the initial test is ready. Usually, the Goldwater school does not handle applications until you move on to the second phase of the process.You can also go to the website www.cnetnurse.com and click on the link marked NYC LPN 2010 , there you can download the intial application when it is available.

    In any event, whichever route you choose to get the initial application from, they are not usually available until november of each year to process for the next lpn class. Hope this helps.
    Hi Gloryogo Please refer to the above quote. Good luck.
    Last edit by NURSEGUY1 on Sep 13, '10 : Reason: additional info
  5. by   NURSEGUY1
    Good luck to everyone starting the NYC Board of Education LPN program tomorrow! Lets all get through this!
  6. by   dollbw
    Hi guys!! All of u congrats for getting into the LPN program. I was @ the brooklyn school last year. It's lots of work and determination, however u have to focus and get through it any way that u can. I graduated in June and just passed my nclex ... so now I'm just waiting for my license and will look for work until it's time to go back in April for my RN!!!

    Best of luck guys
  7. by   NURSEGUY1
    dollw, congrats on passing your NCLEX. I must say that iwas a bit overwhelmed by all the information they gave us today. This was my first day . I just hope i am able to see this program thtrough.
  8. by   dollbw
    Hey NurseGuy1, which site are in @? Brooklyn, mid manhattan or Goldwater?
  9. by   NURSEGUY1
    Quote from dollbw
    Hey NurseGuy1, which site are in @? Brooklyn, mid manhattan or Goldwater?
    I,m enrolled at the Brooklyn site. I already have tons of homework to do
  10. by   tnbutterfly
    Thread moved to NY forum.
  11. by   ally424
    hi
    i have a few question if thats okay with you.
    i plan on apply to MMALC and i wanted to know do you need you assoicates degree to get in? and was it worth your time? i want to get my lpn and then work for a while, after i work i want to become a RN. and how did you get an application to get into the school?

    if any one can answer this question please replay thank you
    Last edit by ally424 on Oct 14, '10 : Reason: mistake
  12. by   dollbw
    Hi, I went to BALC (Brooklyn site) there is no college degree required. Check cnetnurse.com for detailed info on the program. The course was worth my time. I am now an LPN and will go back to school this year for RN. www.cnetnurse.com

    Hope it helps.
  13. by   aspyer
    Applications can be picked up at any of the locations.You can call and find out when they will be available MMALC 212 666 2116. Sorry the location will not be your choice but you could get lucky and go to MMALC.

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