Beware......Lee CollegeRegister Today!
This is a discussion on Beware......Lee College in Texas State Nursing Programs, part of Texas Nursing ... Just some interesting information.....Lee College Nursing program is now requiring that students...by Panamanian_2009 Jun 28, '12Just some interesting information.....Lee College Nursing program is now requiring that students MUST pass not ONE but TWO exit exams in order to graduate. And the most disheartening thing is that they don't even tell there students what exam it is (i.e Hesi, ATI..etc) So forget trying to get the appropriate prep books to pass your exit with them. The graduating class of RN's May 2012....were told not to use the HESI study guide because they would not be given a hesi exit. They were given 2 exit exams by NLN, where only two students passed out of 70 or so. Then the surprising got the HESI they were PROMISED not to be tested on....The school administration is not helping the students either.
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- Aug 7, '12 by Panamanian_2009. I advise all prospect nursing students to inquire about graduation requirements before entering a nursing program and getting it in writing. When we started we were initially told that we only needed a 850 to graduate. After we finished all of our classes in the last semester were we told that instead of one exit exam....that we had to pass two totally different exit exams.
- Aug 7, '12 by Panamanian_2009Update:The students who were scheduled to graduate this summer only 3 out 30 passed both exit exams and the remaining 27 students will not be allowed to graduated or take boards.
- Aug 7, '12 by Bloomgirl118That is INSANE! I would be putting up one heck of a fight. Wow.
- Aug 9, '12 by Anelite2014Whoa! I have never heard of such a thing.
- Aug 9, '12 by CrunchRNWow. Shouldn't that make them lose their accreditation?
- Aug 9, '12 by Medic2RNMoved to Texas State Nursing Programs forum.