Harcum Evening Nursing Program 2012
- 0Mar 3, '12 by are_in_studentHello all I'm new to the forum but I but wanted to know if anyone is attending Harcum's evening program in May, I recently got accepted and wanted to know what to expect with classes n clinicals. Its been a long road for me so I am proud that I'm finally going to nursing school.Anyone have any info or stories to share, thank you in advance!
- 1Mar 5, '12 by are_in_studentQuote from NENurse61211Oh great, congrats...I'm a little anxious to get started...did u get ur get ur bloodwork n stuff done yet?I hope the class size isn't too big but more intimate so we can all have a better chance at learning...im sure a lot will start n a lot will drop out.I am going to start in May as well and I had some of the same questions. I'm wondering what our class size would be like.
- 1Mar 9, '12 by NENurse61211Thanks! Congrats to u as well I am actually going next week for my medical exam but I have to set up my CPR within the next few weeks. I hope we have a small class size as well. I'm not sure how many slots they had open for PM nursing. May will be here before u know it!!!
- 1Mar 13, '12 by orelandHi everyone, I also got accepted to the evening Nursing program. I just took my CPR class last weekend and have my physcial next week. I got all the medical paperwork, but I was a little confused do I go to my family doctor or the Mainline health they gave the information about? I think there is over 60 in the class, but I think they lose many students after the first summer semester.
- 0Mar 16, '12 by are_in_studentCongrats to u too oreland!!! Class size of 60 wow!!! I for one am not planning on dropping out. I'm already looking at nclex questions now, lol. I found a free study guide online with test questions, in case you guys would like to take a look, just google "free nclex-rn study guide" I do hope we all do well. I just have to get my tdap booster done, then I'll take it to them personally, don't want no problems when classes are about to start. I see orientation is April 12th, can't wait to meet u guys!
- 0Mar 26, '12 by nss5015Hi!
I am starting in May also at Harcum. I was wondering if anyone is working during the day while going to the program? I am hoping to continue working while going to school here but I just found out that the clinical portion can start as early as 3 and class is usually from 5-10 so that limits the places that I can work. I just got all of my medical work done today from my family doctor so insurance covered it except the urine drug test that I have to get done at quest diagnostics I think. Does anyone know if insurance covers that or if it is an out of pocket expense? Congrats to everyone for getting in!
- 0Mar 28, '12 by are_in_studentCongrats Nss,
Thank you, I am working during the day, 730-430pm and I did see that part about clinicals but I would just have to let my job know, being as though they know I'm going to nursing school. I'm sure it's going to be a little difficult to do both, but I'm willing to do it. As far as the urine goes, I got everything done except my tdap booster and my insurance covered everything, I didn't receive a bill in the mail about it either, but I also had to go to LabCorp.