Part time is the best way to go since you are working full time. Full time is possible but the sacrifice is great.
The test proctor device began after I graduated so I don't really know anything about it.
Frontier Bound (FB)is awesome. Meet as many of your classmates as you can from all the programs because everyone needs everyone especially when doing group projects. Also find one or 2 classmates that will become your best cyber friends! I have 2-one in the FNP program and 1 who is in the midwifery program and we moaned and groaned through the whole program together. We haven't seen each other since we went to FB together in Feb 2010 and we will see each other again at graduation this October. The 3 of us have emailed throughout the whole program- crying, laughing, moaning and groaning together!
You are busy during FB and tired when it is completed but your fears are gone and you will be excited to state the program. Clinical bound (CB) different kind of atmosphere and you meet a different group of students but you do solidify into a unit. My CB group formed a facebook group so we were able to moan and groan together and as each one completed their comprehensive exam and then certification exams and job searches we all celebrated together.
Frontier is all about family and wide neighborhoods (you will appreciate that phrase when you are accepted into the program and read Mary Breckinridge's book Wide Neighborhoods( a requirement before attending FB- they send you the book)
I'm sorry to say I can't remember the costs of the bounds---I think clinical bound was around $700 but that was last year's cost as I attended CB last July.
Let us know when you are accepted
Any other questions just let me know