NEIT Nursing - page 2

by Strive2Survive 3,669 Views | 15 Comments

Hello everyone! I'm starting New England tech's nursing program Oct 2013. Is anyone else? I'm also interested in getting an opinion from current or former students of their program so I can know what to look forward to and how... Read More


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    curlybee,
    I'm currently a quarter 5 NEIT nursing student. If you're looking into any other schools I highly suggest sticking with those schools and avoiding NEIT. The tuition price is through the roof, the entire program is $56000. The price of tuition would not be so bad if you were getting what you pay for, but that is not the case. The sim lab is very nice but there isn't enough staff, so don't expect to use it that often. Clinical placements are a joke, when you are there you are treated like a CNA. The school basically says to just do what they say to do because "we need them more than they need us"! They are increasing class/clinical sizes so they get more money, but there is not enough staff for the number of students. I don't have an issue with the nursing lecture instructors; healthcare communications, nutrition and pharmacology are a waste of time and money! I consistently get high b's and a's in school but I don't feel as though I am prepared for the field at all! Like I said, unless NEIT is your absolute last resort I would avoid it...
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    sgo1989,

    Thanks for your honesty. I was looking into NEIT . I'm not sure I want to pay nearly $60 K and not feel prepared to work as a nurse.
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    Meeting with them on Wednesday of next week. $56,000? Is there any financial assistance???
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    Looking into this as well. Why do you feel unprepared in the field? I was really hoping this was a good option for school.
    This will be my third degree and while other schools are options, I'm 35 and don't want to wait another 3-4 years to fill up with prerequisites. I've already taken A&P I and II... Anyone have experience with being credited for courses already taken?
    Those of you that have graduated... how difficult was it to find a job?
    Taking the Kaplan in Jan and hopefully starting in the spring pending I pass it.
    Any input on this school would be very much appreciated
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    Quote from junebugger
    Looking into this as well. Why do you feel unprepared in the field? I was really hoping this was a good option for school. This will be my third degree and while other schools are options, I'm 35 and don't want to wait another 3-4 years to fill up with prerequisites. I've already taken A&P I and II... Anyone have experience with being credited for courses already taken? Those of you that have graduated... how difficult was it to find a job? Taking the Kaplan in Jan and hopefully starting in the spring pending I pass it. Any input on this school would be very much appreciated
    As far as the credit courses, for sciences as long as you have gotten a B or better they transfer and you don't have to take them but you'll need to make up the credits by taking some other classes of course. I'm only in quarter two and although they have staffing issues...I can't complain about it yet.
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    Hello I was wondering how the nursing program is going. Any advice, tips would be very much appreciated.


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