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LIU Brooklyn Spring 2020

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13 hours ago, mepraytobecomeanurse said:

Who knows?? I mean the school is legit. It is not like it isn’t. Perhaps they are busier in the Fall or want more admissions for this Spring. What I don’t get is that the Spring semester has already begun. Today is my first day of class. FYI, I applied for NYU some time ago and wasn’t accepted. It could be because I didn’t have all the classes required but since I applied to LIU and decided to stick with it. I do live in Brooklyn and also work full time for the City in Brooklyn so I figured the convenience would work better for me. LIU’s administration is horrific but remember.. ultimately our goal is to become a Nurse!! Their success rate with the NCLEX and Professors might make up for it. Crossing fingers and toes!! 

Sorry for late the late reply! Yes the administration thus far has not been great but I stayed on top of them and got what I needed done through going to enrollment services in person. When I registered for my classes, I did the same thing before school started I showed up and sat with a counselor.

Since starting the program, I have heard that the professors are overall very good and willing to help when needed. & Yes the NCLEX pass rate is high and I think this is because they teach and give exams NCLEX style!

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Sure thing!! My pathophysiology Professor was already throwing NCLEX questions at us and said you’re going to think like a nurse. This isn’t memorizing; this is critical thinking..

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Recent LIU BSN graduate (May) and I stumbled on your post. You are all correct in figuring out administration sucks. Please, please, PLEASE do your own legwork and do not rely on staff.. Keep paper trail, and copies, of everything you discuss and hand in. Do not be discouraged with this new style of questioning. 1st level is definitely the hardest due to having to adjust to this new way of thinking... but the questions from LIU are definitely harder than the NCLEX questions themselves. Work with your cohort, help each other out, and you'll all do fine. Best of luck, nurselings. ❤️

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