I have to take toad frog side on this one. Of course most of us are bitter, at least the ones who have some educational background. I also just graduated from the program and agree it was a total disappointment and would not recommend it to anyone. It true that most do get what they put into an education experience, and as for myself and toad frog who both have college degrees we now what to expect from a educational program.
No, we were not told at the beginning of the year that the school was on probation with the NLNAC (she isn't talking about the NLN accreditation like she says she is referring to the NLNAC accreditation) and we were not told by the school when they finally did lose the accreditation. And according to the NLNAC the low pass rate in the past is part of the reason the school lost the accreditation. As is the fact that the teachers don't both have master degrees.
I agree that they may have walked into a program that was already in disarray but that does not excuse the fact that when accepting a role as a teacher they should be prepared everyday to teach not read.
She did not say that the NCLEX class alone prepared her for the NCLEX she also mentions that we have all been studying all butts off. And after everything we have been through trying to get our test dates most are a little bitter toward the school.
Just like you and myself, toad frog is allowed to have her opinion, and just because you don't agree doesn't mean you have to stoop to calling her names. That is what this website is for, people giving others opinions and advice. Their are several students on the website that feel the same way about the schools they have attended and voice their opinions on here to try and save others from making the same mistake.
Toad frog, obviously this one is one of the few who spent most of their time in the teachers office trying to kiss up and didn't see how things really were.
Also toad frog- Congratulations on passing the NCLEX