NPAC or SPAC

  1. 0 I can't decide where to test at. Do anyone have any suggestions, I know it is different for everyone, but I would like to hear others opinions. I am going to decide in a couple days and submit my application then. Thanks for any advice you can give. I have read on the EPN good things about faxton-st.lukes in Utica, NY and SRMC in riverdale, GA.
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    About TiffanyRN!!, MSN, APRN, NP

    TiffanyRN!! has '11 years in Nursing' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Geriatrics, Family Practice'. From 'MICHIGAN'; 33 Years Old; Joined May '07; Posts: 190; Likes: 65.

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  3. Visit  BetterMeRN profile page
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    I tested at Utica, I had one of the most wonderful experiences there. I never felt like the examiners made things difficult. I passed on 11/22/09 no repeats.
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  4. Visit  lisamc1RN profile page
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    I've been trying to decide between MPAC and NPAC. I'm leaning toward the NPAC, as it seems to be moving faster. I really haven't heard much negativity toward any specific site.
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  5. Visit  happydrunkcat profile page
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    Utica - I passed on Jan. 10th. Loved the site, and all CEs and CA was just wonderful. I failed my first pt (was completely my fault, I had this "brain fart") and CE was very supportive. She gave me compliments on my performance, apologized about failing me (she really had to, I weighted a baby with her diaper on). She even said something "You have to tell me what do you do for a living after you pass your CPNE". I needed to hear something like that after the failure.
    Between the pt's the CEs always was making sure that we had about 20 minutes to collect our thoughts and have something to eat. I felt that they really care about the students.
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  6. Visit  erinp88 profile page
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    I've heard really good things about the SPAC too recently. Lots of people calling and getting dates right away as well.
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  7. Visit  GCmomRN profile page
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    When you apply, can you pick which site to test at? Utica is sounding like a nice place to go!!
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  8. Visit  happydrunkcat profile page
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    Yes, you can. But if you choose only one site, it can increase your waiting time.
  9. Visit  NC Girl BSN profile page
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    I second Utica! Civita was there the weekend that I went and she made us feel so comfortable. The CE's were laid back and really wanted you to succeed. I passed Dec 07,2008 with no repeats.
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  10. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    Tina who gives the workshop in San Jose CA says something like, "The best site is the site that you test at." In other words, if you are prepared, it doesn't make a difference. With the weather lately, I wouldn't want to travel to any of the sites!
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