LPN Program at UDC

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    Does anyone have any information about the LPN program at udc?

    1 What entrance exam is given ( NET OR Teas)
    2 How difficult it is to get in
    3 Any additional information about the program

    Thanks
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    Quote from Autumn1
    Does anyone have any information about the LPN program at udc?

    1 What entrance exam is given ( NET OR Teas)
    2 How difficult it is to get in
    3 Any additional information about the program

    Thanks
    Hey there! I actually have a topic on teh UDC entrance exam a couple threads down so you can look in there...Its not the NET or TEA...its kind of like a GED test IMHO, but you can look in that thread to see whats exactly on it...I'm not sure how difficult it is to get in but I know if you pass the test, all you'll need to do is go on their interview.
    Did you have any specific questiond about the program?
    One thing that I really liked about it is that they offer evening classes (because i work) and clinicals would take place the same time (in the evening) which is great since it wouldn't interefere w/my daytime job. Hope this helps. Take Care!
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    Thanks for the information. I am also interested in the evening program.. How was the program for you? Have you taken the NCLEX ? how did that go. Also do you have any information that could be of help?
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    Quote from Autumn1
    Thanks for the information. I am also interested in the evening program.. How was the program for you? Have you taken the NCLEX ? how did that go. Also do you have any information that could be of help?
    Well I guess I'm in the same boat as you! I haven't started yet- classes start on the 24th of March and that's when I plan on attending...I hope to be able to get all my info together so i can go on their interview by the end of next week. If you're not CPR certified, i suggest calling teh school b/c they have teachers who teach the CPR class instead of having to travel to MD or VA for an AHA approved CPR class- and it was a little over 2 hrs. Good Luck!
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    Thanks for your help. I wish you the best in the program


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