I am glad for you! No since in paying the money if you can go somewhere else. I have met a few MCI grads, and Thomas Nelson, and they don't seem anymore advanced than some that come out of hospital schools
. For a few of them, I am shocked that they passed their tests.
You will get extra experience you need. i.e., in a hospital when when you sign on to a hospital. I work in a hospital and watch the new nurses get 3 months of orientation to that particular floor before they are on their own. Just focus on passing the tests in nursing school
and writing your weekly clinical worksheets.
For me, I will have to go to Riverside, because I can't wait another year or two. I will not have any pre-reqs left.