LPN at Kennedy Global School - page 2

Hi! I'm a nuby here:) I would like to know, if there are students like me or graduates of LPN at Kennedy Global School. I really wanted to hear more about this school and the experiences.... Read More

  1. by   shinyfeet
    to say its hard is an understatement. im going crazy. just make sure u have a lot of references when u read/study. if u need help, just holla. STUDY HARD!
  2. by   Jaycee77
    Shinyfeet...You are so right! There's so much reading to do and I'm going crazy co'z my 2nd quarter finals is approaching. Hope we meet during clinicals...Good Luck!
  3. by   babybear0427
    jaycee77 and shinyfeet:

    I am in my 2nd quarter right now....im so glad i found people who are also in the program...i was in doubt at first....i wasn't sure if they really are accredited but i got to meet Ms. **** in person and that was enough proof for me....pls let me know how clinicals go for you guys...im going there in a couple months and i would like to know about your experience so i can prepare myself....thanks so much!
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Jun 24, '12 : Reason: Names removed as per Terms of Service
  4. by   oregonian10
    Hello everyone. This school is accredited here in the US. I just graduated from this school also. My friends have already passed the nclex and now all practicing as LPN in TEXAS. Good luck to you guys.
  5. by   babybear0427

    how was your clinical experience?? and did you go for 2 months or 3 months? how did you prepare for the nclex? and how soon did you take it after graduation? sorry if im asking too many questions....heheh
  6. by   shinyfeet
    hi babybear,
    im in my 2nd quarter. how are u doing with ur studies? when r u going 4 ur clinicals? how did u meet Mrs. ****? i might go in the philippines at the end of this year.
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Jun 24, '12 : Reason: Names removed as per Terms of Service
  7. by   babybear0427
    hi shinyfeet!

    im in my 3rd! it's really hard!!! thank god i have my mom and sister to help me (both nurses).....i met mrs. *** when she visited here in illinois....her daughter is a close friend of my mom and she showed us all the certificates and licenses etc so im confident that they are accredited...im planning to go in september hopefully, i think it's 2 or 3 months but im taking the nclex review when i come back because they say it takes one month....i don't think i can stay in the phils. for that long....well goodluck to us!!
    Last edit by Silverdragon102 on Jun 24, '12 : Reason: Names removed as per Terms of Service
  8. by   oregonian10
    My clinical experience was fun.. I loved it... I got to meet new friends from different states.. I'm still preparing for my nclex, all my friends that have already passed said it was a hard exam... I actually went to pi to study the whole program, I didn't wanna do SAP coz I learn better with interaction... It's hard to be a SAP because when you get to the actual setting you will have a hard time, especially when you do the hands on.. It's different from reading than to do it on actual.. I used to be a SAP but i decided to just do it in the PI, and it turned out good. good luck with you..
  9. by   Jaycee77
    Baybybear4190 and Shinyfeet,
    I haven't visited this site for a while, It's nice to read comments from you guys. I'm in my 3rd quarter and looking forward to do clinicals on Oct-Dec. scary but exciting! And yes, It's really hard and what makes me really nervous is the NCLEX-PN. Good luck to all of us and it would be really nice if we all have our clinicals at the same time
  10. by   Jaycee77
    Thanks for sharing your experience and good luck on your review, Hope you past the NCLEX the first time and later share your review and test taking strategies TC!
  11. by   oregonian10
    Thank you, hopefully i will make it.
  12. by   zapman
    Just got back from PI after 2 months and few days of clinical exposure and nclex review. They just started this nclex review class at night after the clinicals. Kinda exhausting doing the nclex review after the clinicals, considering how hot and humid it is in that country. A lot of hands on but because I am a SAP student, it is very hard. You really need to catch up on the practical side. I'll say some of my classmates got into this culture shock thing during our clinicals, some expectations are not met, but overall I am glad I did!
  13. by   oregonian10
    good to hear that... good luck on the process of your nclex examination... it is not an easy process especially when you are a sap student, unless if you are residing in a state that does not require credential evaluation prior to taking the exam....