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any current or future ECPI LPN students?

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Hi. Looking for feedback on any current or future ECPI lpn students. I'm currently slotted to start in May in VA. Just looking to get feedback frim current students and also see if there are any future students and what experiences they have had so far with ECPI....

I'm looking for the same info too! I am thinking about joining the LPN program in Raleigh NC but want to hear others experiences first

Hi. Looking for feedback on any current or future ECPI lpn students. I'm currently slotted to start in May in VA. Just looking to get feedback frim current students and also see if there are any future students and what experiences they have had so far with ECPI....

I'm about to start the LPN Program at ECPI in Greensboro, nc on May 12th 2014 so I'm curious as well for some feedback from current or graduates from the program. I'm excited, although I have heard some mixed reviews about ECPI, I've talked to one current student I ran into at a book store and she said that it is a fast paced program but if you put in the proper time to study than you should do fine. She said that most of the younger students struggle. I'm guessing that that has something to do with priorities and time management. But I'm 25 now and married so my party days are over and I feel confident that I will do good. I'll keep posted about how I feel about the program as things go along. Orientation is May 9th.

I'm currently a student at ECPI in Va. I can try to answer any questions that I can.....ask away lol

I'm currently a student at ECPI in Va. I can try to answer any questions that I can.....ask away lol

How are clinical's going?

Clinical's are good. Make sure you bring COMFORTABLE shoes. You start early in the morning (if your day students) and we started around 6:45 am and we ended from 2:45 and some days 3:15pm. And if your not there by 6:45 they wont let you in and that counts as an absent and you can only miss 1 clinical day due to you have to have certain clinical hours. BUT they can make en exception like say you gotta go to court or something like that, just show the DON the proof that you have court. I'm lucky I have a good DON. I dont know what I would do without her...Oh AND start getting your physical stuff done early that way so you wont be rushing when you get to NUR 105.

Sorry I kinda went off topic abit but that was stuff off the top of my head that had to deal with clinical's and thought I'd give you a heads up :)

It looks like there is only like 1 to 2 classes for a 5 week period. Is that how the program is?