I need to know... Do Gurnick LVN get hired easily? - page 3

I wanted to post to this board specifically, because I'd like feedback from nurses that are in the field already. Members on the students board will have a bias opinion about their school too. ... Read More

  1. by   BrattyKell
    I went to Gurnick for my LVN and I am in the process of starting my prerq's for RN. You will have to take them if you don't already have them done. A lot of people in my class were taking classes at Fresno City while in the program. If you start while in LVN school then you will be done by the time you graduate. I wish I had, it would have saved a lot of time.
  2. by   rasberee
    Bratty Kell,

    Do you mind me asking you where you are going for your pre-reqs for your RN now? And where will you going for your RN? Thanks a bunch!
  3. by   jffhlbrt1
    Please pardon my ignorance but what is ROP?
  4. by   jtboy29
    I'm considering Gurnick Academy as well. However, before I apply for an LVN-RN program I plan on completing my pre-req's as if traditional students do. I'll see which route I take.
  5. by   caliotter3
    Quote from jffhlbrt1
    Please pardon my ignorance but what is ROP?
    Late seeing this, but ROP stands for "Regional Occupational Program". These can often be found in close proximity to the local Adult High School programs in many communities. As stated in the previous post, the San Jose ROP LVN program had a good reputation and was very reasonably priced.