New England Tech in Warwick, RI - page 11

I was wondering if anyone had any information about this school. Their program is fairly new and not accredited as of yet. So, im kinda skeptical about this program. It would be nice if someone... Read More

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    I asked for more information and got a call back today. I'm going to the school Monday to talk with an admissions officer. I have finished all of my prerequisites and was just denied a spot to Goodwin College's nursing program for January. They told me they still have spots available for the January start at NEIT, so I would love to start then. I'm at the point now that I don't care how expensive it is, I just want to start! Is it just your Kaplan score that they go off of for admission to the NEIT program?!

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    And you have to have a plan for financial aide set up for at least 9 months they said I'm with you I got denied to go into CCRI with A's and B's
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    I went also to NEIT to inquire, I just don't know how I feel about:

    1. The extra classes on top of nursing classes.
    2.) The $ if you drop and would have to pay.

    Two of my friends go there, one will be done very soon, but both went after they received denial letters from CCRI. They both barely make the 78 passing grade. $55,000 is a lot of money for associates degree, they don't take much off for having classes done. Not to mention the money already spent on pre-reqs at CCRI.
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    NEIT nursing program, from what I am tol, has made some significant changes, in positive ways. They got rid of the original director/creator of the program. This has led to major changes in policy, curriculum, and mission. From what I am told the school administrators take notice and monitor the nursing program now whereas, before the program was in black op mode being dictated by a loose cannon. The price tag is hefty, no way around that but you will be in a very high tech, the best money can buy facility. Although expensive, this does offer quick placement in a nurse program. Kinda like; sending a letter to another state, cost fifty-cents, but if you want it there overnight it'll cost what, $10+? Nursing school is tough everywhere, you must be dedicated and determined. I would say, you are much safer now going into neit nursing program than you were before. The saying "gotta work the bugs out" is true but in this case more appropriately, " they worked the monsters out"!
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    I'm going tonight I thought it was 25,000 not 55 ? Thank you for input
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    I'm going tonight I thought it was 25,000 not 55 ? Thank you for input
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    Pinky I'm going cause I'm desperate not cause I don't have the grades I just don't want to wait anymore my family needs me to finish ASAP
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    Ffranco,Are you looking into the January start? I'm assuming I'll be paying for the whole thing with loans. I'm with you, I'm not desperate, I have the grades to get in, I just don't want to wait anymore! Let me know what you find out when you go! Thanks
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    Yes trying to figure out what to do yes loans and financial aide I don't know what I'm going to decide I work days but I had already made up my mind that I might have to switch and work evenings but I have a really good job
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    I just can't wait I'm a single mom it's taking too long

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