Mid manhattan/brooklyn adult lpn

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    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?
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    I took the entrance test and passed...I'm waiting to be called in for the next step...I heard the program was good and that if you choose the Manhattan site, they will help you get into a nursing program....however, it is supposed to be a very intense program, having many people drop
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    The test is 3 hrs. and has three sections: Reading, Math, and English.
    I took the test and passed, and now I'm waiting to hear about the next
    step. Does anyone know how the screening process works? Are there
    additional tests? Are there 2 interviews? Thank you.
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    The test is 3 hrs. and has three sections: Reading, Math, and English.
    I took the test and passed, and now I'm waiting to hear about the next
    step. Does anyone know how the screening process works? Are there
    additional tests? Are there 2 interviews? Thank you.

    Heard there was an additional exam that we will have to take, but don't know what it's on
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    Thank you for your response to my last post.
    Have you rec'd word about the next step?
    I'm still waiting.
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    Quote from balletcat
    The test is 3 hrs. and has three sections: Reading, Math, and English.
    I took the test and passed, and now I'm waiting to hear about the next
    step. Does anyone know how the screening process works? Are there
    additional tests? Are there 2 interviews? Thank you.
    The interview is going to be harder than the entrance exam...some of the applicants have other BS/BA degrees....they know what to say to please the interviewer....The most common question is going to be "Why do you come to nursing?" Be careful what you say....don't say is the "job security" or money related answer...you will kill yourself right on the spot...if you are a Nursing Assistant with a year experience in Nursing...you get a better chance...if not, try to be a volunteer in a health care setting...hope this will help...good luck!
    By the way, I was a PN before becoming an RN.
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    Thank you for your response to my last post.
    Have you rec'd word about the next step?
    I'm still waiting.

    No, I haven't heard anything yet, but I just received an acceptance letter from Long Island U. (I applied there for the BSN nursing program) and I'm still waiting for Pace University's decision for their accelerated BSN program(I hope the answer is yes!)
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    NYDreamer - I appreciate your advice, thank you.

    chuck1234 - Congratulations on your LIU acceptance!
    Good luck w/ Pace.
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    No, I haven't heard anything yet, but I just received an acceptance letter from Long Island U. (I applied there for the BSN nursing program) and I'm still waiting for Pace University's decision for their accelerated BSN program(I hope the answer is yes!)

    I transposed the names. Congratulations to YOU on your
    acceptance!
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    I transposed the names. Congratulations to YOU on your
    acceptance!

    no harm done, and thanks!


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