reviews on hondros college - page 5

by ficatiermaria

im looking into lpn programs in columbus,and im not sure where to go or start,i was reading up on hondros college and i like that they do the stna in the program and most places make you wait and then you can start the Read More

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    Android, no regrets about what I said!
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    Looking for someone who is a current Hondros student. What is the RN program like? is it fast paced?
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    Looking for current Hondros students. Can you tell me if the program is fast paced?? Im also trying to decide between Galen and Hondros??
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    Decide on neither I would say. I did a lot of research and visited both schools, community college is worth the wait, trust me. In my area, unless you have connections or worked as a tech there before, no hospital will hire you with degrees from there.
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    I am currently attending Hondros in West Chester, in the PN program. I read all the reviews and was almost scared away from Hondros because of all the negative reviews I have read on this site. But I'm thankful that I didn't listen! YES Hondros is fast paced, YES you will need to study your but off, YES there is always going to be something wrong with everything! (The world is not all about you, so nothing will be structured just for you! you'll have to adjust!) With that being said, I really enjoy hondros as much as you can enjoy nursing school! NURSING SCHOOL IS NO JOKE, it is seriously stressful, I hardly spend time with my family and I spend NO TIME with my friends. But it only last a short while. to help make the decision on whether or not to attend Hondros make a pros and cons list but please don't go by whatever these reviews say!! yes hondros is more expensive then a community college but not needing prerequisite's make up for it! There is NO waiting list! they have courses offered in Jan, July, and Oct. For the most part the Instructors are AMAZING! And as for not being able to get a job in the hospital as a hondros RN grad, my clinical instructor who graduated from the RN and BSN program works on a mobile cardiac intensive care unit. The instructors all work at Cincy hospitals as well, So I'm not sure why people think that they wont get a job in hospitals in which the instructors actually work for!! Either way YOU will have to make that decision on your own