Philippine College of Health & Science(PCHS)

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    Any feedback about this school? I'm planning to continue my studies in this school for BSN.
    I'm currently in the US finishing up my Micro class & etc.
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    Well, I'm not to say anything. I'm sure it depends on the students. I applied for a nurse volunteer before and the recruiter asked me if I knew PCHS. I said, "I don't.. Why?" She said that they always had bad experiences from nurses there. HOWEVER, I'M sure that it depends on the students.. Not really the school. Just sharing what I heard from this school. It's not my opinion.
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    Thanks for the shared info. I appreciate it, Jenina.
    What school did you go to?
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    i studied there. im proud to be pchs graduate although i admit, pchs is not a strict school compared to other schools. most of the students there are second courser.. i graduated in pchs (2008), i passed the nclex, and now working as a nurse in the US also.. i guess, it really depends with the student..
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    Thanks dibuh0. I've sent u a PM.
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    Those who want the shortest cut to obtain a diploma aren't doing themselves and their would-be patients any favor. There's a reason why "schools" with no academic standards to speak of thrive: there are people who actually pay good money to keep them operating.
    To those that say "it depends on the student," I beg to differ in the strongest possible terms. Passing the local board exams, even the NCLEX, is no guarantee that one has the necessary skills-set to practice the profession. Written tests and skills are two very different things which should go hand-in-hand. The school where you get your training sets the standard for the skills that you acquire. Hence, no set standard means you're on your own, just pay our fees and we'll give you a diploma.
    This is how greed and corruption tarnished the reputation of nursing education in the Philippines, which was painstakingly built by the best minds in the profession not too long ago. Sad....
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    Quote from dibuh0
    i studied there. im proud to be pchs graduate although i admit, pchs is not a strict school compared to other schools. most of the students there are second courser.. i graduated in pchs (2008), i passed the nclex, and now working as a nurse in the US also.. i guess, it really depends with the student..

    hi dibuho, we are batchmate in pchs. I am also a second courser. I also passed nclex but sad to say still here in the Phils. and still looking for a slot in a hospital..I just want to ask you how did you get to the US?what visa did you use?
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    Quote from cjtj
    hi dibuho, we are batchmate in pchs. I am also a second courser. I also passed nclex but sad to say still here in the Phils. and still looking for a slot in a hospital..I just want to ask you how did you get to the US?what visa did you use?
    i maybe know you.. im a us immigrant who happened to study in pchs.
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    Quote from dibuh0
    i maybe know you.. im a us immigrant who happened to study in pchs.
    hello dibuh0,

    did u graduate in april 2008 or november 2008? batch 2008 here as well, november batch though.
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    Hello guys! Do anyone in here have the prospectus BSN course in this school?


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