Central School Of Practical Nursing (cleveland) - page 2

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Anybody have any info / experiences with this school? Considering attending in the fall, and would be VERY interested to hear from anyone with information (particularly alumni or anyone in staffing). I have heard almost... Read More


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    I want to attend the school as well and heard more positive than negative things about the school. I heard that they are serious about the education that they are implimenting but who doesnt want that. The negative is about all the rejection. If you not serious and they see that then why would waste there time. I understand that completing. I have went to to website and read everything twice to make sure I understood everything. Its all in black and white. I take the test in Jan. cant wait. Figures crossed. So ready for the experience.

    Well wishes to you!! I would also like to hear if you have completed and how was your actual exerience was.
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    I got accepted into CSPN for Fall '11 and am very excited to start the program. I quit my full time job to go back to school because I was tired of working with unprofessional people, so I am glad to hear CSPN is a NO NONSENSE school. I heard a lot of positive feedback about the school and that the program can be very intense. This isn't a joke, if you aren't willing to take it seriously, don't bother applying.
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    Quote from E033
    I got accepted into CSPN for Fall '11 and am very excited to start the program. I quit my full time job to go back to school because I was tired of working with unprofessional people, so I am glad to hear CSPN is a NO NONSENSE school. I heard a lot of positive feedback about the school and that the program can be very intense. This isn't a joke, if you aren't willing to take it seriously, don't bother applying.


    I am a VERY PROUD graduate of CSPN (April 09), and yes- it is a no nonsense school. It is not an easy program, but they have a great reputation. Only the strong survive there. The instructors are OUTSTANDING and are more than willing to help, but it starts and ends with YOU. You have to want it and put the work in. In 1st level, my class was a total of approx 45 people, and 28 of us graduated- along with 2 other students from the class before ours. It was rough...there were many tears and many panic attacks (at least for me lol), but at the end it was soooooooo worth it! You walk away with a great education and life long friendships. BEST OF LUCK TO YOU!!


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