1. Is any Lpn out there taking the lpn -bsn program in U. of Phoenix? How is like? Any suggestions or tips to pass the classes?

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  3. by   Multicollinearity
    I would suggest you go to the AZ BON website and check out the University of Phoenix's NCLEX pass rate for their LPN to RN-BSN program in Arizona.
  4. by   cardiacRN2006
    Lol, didn't they have a zero percent pass rate once?
  5. by   cardiacRN2006
    Ok, I'm wrong. In 2005 their rate was 49%! Eeks!

    I can't seem to find the stats for after 2005-help me out multi...
  6. by   Multicollinearity
    Check this out, at the bottom of the first page:


    Pass rate by year:

    2005 -- 49%

    2006 -- 61%

    2007 -- 22%

    2008 -- 100%

    The last year, 2008, has a footnote indicating that only 3 students took NCLEX that year.
  7. by   pachyta
    Thanks for your info...I just stopped my enrollment to see how they're going to score this year...
  8. by   Multicollinearity
    Besides the woeful NCLEX passrate, there's the issue of the exorbitant tuition. Being an LPN, you should have more options and easier admission with RN programs than pre-licensure students.

    Tuition for a community college RN program would probably be tens of thousands of dollars less, too.
  9. by   caffeineRx
    I know this is an old thread, but can someone direct me to the website for their LPN-RN program? I only see RN-BSN, etc. I am looking to make a switch after I finish my current LPN portion of my program.