I don't go to Prof Skills Instit, but did attend the orientation and seriously considered attending.
The thing that made me choose Owens over PSI was the fact that none of the classes transfer to accredited colleges. When you finish and pass your NCLEX, the nursing license will be recognized by schools
, but the around $14,000 tuition leaves you no class transfer credit. With hospitals in Toledo not so likely to hire LPNs(some have policies against hiring), a lot of LPNs are choosing to get their LPN-RN after they graduate.
I really like Owens. It's tough, but the program teaches a lot. I've taken all of my pre-req RN courses (before starting the program), plus the pharm and nutrition courses will transfer to the RN. Tuition is around $5000 including all for the year. Pharm, nutrition, and most elective science, etc. courses are offered online if you need that flexibility.
I would go to the orientation at PSI, and check out all other schools. You'll get a feel for what's right for you, and go from there.