Correct me if I'm wrong, but a friend of mine called that place and they told her she could do all the class work from her "living room" but she'd have to go to ASIA to complete her clinicals...now how are you supposed to do that
That's true... It's a one year school away program. They send you the modules, study plan and tests for the first 3 quarters, It's a self study on your free time and the 4th quarter you do the clinicals in the Philippines. I'm on my 2nd quarter and so far it's working for me but at the same time, I'm curious as to what to expect during the clinicals. If there are others like me or better yet graduates who had success stories or not so good once.
So you're saying that you 're paying a school to do your book work at home and then in two quarters you're going to another country just to be able to get your clinical hours..don't you worry that employers might not approve that school or except your diploma because that's a low profile school and you went to another country just to be able to get clinical hours and what about the board of nursing will they allow you to come back and sit for the nclex..it just sounds to strange for me but good luck and yes I would love to know the outcome of your experience with them
thanks for the info and I will tell her she just thought it was some kind of scam and i was just letting her know that she might be better off going to a school in the states...oh and is the cost of the trip to do your clinicals covered in your tuition or is it an additional cost and how much is the tuition overall..
Thanks Shinyfeet..I'll pass along the information and I only asked since you guys were already in the program that maybe you wouldn't mind giving a little info but I see otherwise..again good luck in your current goals!!
strivin... if i was upset, u would see a lot of exclamation marks, funny characters to convey an expletive, capital letters all throughout the message, etc. Tell ur friend to pre register. They just do that to get her/his contact info. Ur friend does not even have to pay anything at first. Then, get all the info he/she needs, then he/she can make the decision whether to try it or not.
Shinyfeet...I'm going there at the end of the year too and plan to stay for the holidays It's nice to hear from you, sure we could keep in touch...How's your studies so far? It's a bit tough don't you think? The tests were hard, but I think it's a good preparation to NCLEX-PN. Where are you going for the clinicals?