Jump to content

Long Island University Brooklyn

New York   (16,614 Views 23 Comments)
by Aruci88 Aruci88 (New Member) New Member

803 Visitors; 7 Posts

advertisement

You are reading page 2 of Long Island University Brooklyn. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

910 Visitors; 12 Posts

Hi Aruci! I was wondering if you got my email. I send it few days ago...if you dont see it..please let me know!

Thanks!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

910 Visitors; 12 Posts

Hi,

I just checked my email and didn't see an email from you. Please send it again --- spaljevic@mmm.edu

I just saw this post. I'm sorry. I resend it. Hopefully you got it this time? If you can't see it..see if it accidentally went to your SPAM?

-Truth

Edited by TruthBTold

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

201 Visitors; 4 Posts

Hi, I'm applying for the accerlated program in liu. Would you recommend I finish the pre reqs a/p 1 in another school? i want to see if I get accepted.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

341 Visitors; 9 Posts

Hey guys!

I'm hoping someone from LIU nursing program will please respond to me!

I'm looking into LIU's part-time evening/weekend 2nd degree nursing program. I have a bachelor's degree already, and I plan on working full-time while enrolled. Unfortunately, neither admissions nor nursing dept at LIU would respond to any of my questions or request for more info.

Do you know what days/times the classes/clinicals are offered, so I can continue to work during the program? How late are the classes, and are clinical times flexible? Also, what is the process of transferring general education/prerequisite courses from other schools like? Note: I noticed general education requirements at LIU is different from my school I got my bachelor's from. Are they fairly accepting of transfer credits, or are they likely going to make me repeat courses?

This whole thing is such a headache process! Any other information will be greatly appreciated!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

108 Visitors; 1 Post

Hopefully my post will help someone. I am a second semester BSN nursing student at LIU brooklyn. If you have the choice between here and ANYWHERE else please chose the other school. Liu is very very very bad in every way. First of all, the administration never has clinical placement for people. Its 4 weeks into the semester and there are 25 students with no hospitals yet. The ones who do have a hospital we got the worst hospitals because the other schools such as NYU they get first pick of hospitals and we get all the ones they did not want. 2nd of all our questions are not NCLEX style and you never know what to expect. 1st semester the questions had many many mistakes and therefore exams has to be curved in order to have half the students pass since we were all failing. Yes I passed but I shouldn't need a curve to pass because of bad questions that make no sense to anyone including people who are already nurses. 3rd of all there is no guidance by anyone and you have to find your own way with everything you do. If you fail one class one time you can not fail again or you will be out of the program. For those who choice LIU because it costs less then NYU, it really doesn't end up costing you less because if you have a scholarship they take it away from you if your GPA drops below 3.0 in your first semester and most people that ended up happening to. For the people who think they can work in the part time program, the clinicals are from 8am-2pm so I am not sure how you can work full time. 1st semester you have one day of clinical, 2nd semester you have 2 days of clinical and 3rd and 4th semester you have 3 days of clinical. I work part time during the full time program and it is extremely difficult to do but can be done if you have no other distractions. Definitely not full time work though. In conclusion only go to LIU if you got in absolutely nowhere else which was my case. Go here as a last resort. My other friends in other schools have no problems and many graduated from NYU while working full time with no issues which leads me to believe it is definitely easier there.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

170 Visitors; 3 Posts

I'm starting LIU spring 2018 next week, do u guys have any tips on how to stay on top of things. Also tips for studying.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Erica4208 has 1 years experience.

131 Visitors; 4 Posts

Hi I was considering liu I was wondering @cdouilleny1120 how your first semester went I have most of all my preeeqs I'm still undecided it's just hard to find a good and affordable nursing school

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

rileyl has 1 years experience.

217 Visitors; 17 Posts

Hello there! Can any former or current students please let me know the approximate tuition for the accelerated second-degree program at LIU Brooklyn?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

10 Visitors; 1 Post

Anyone working full-time and also attending classes?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

281 Visitors; 19 Posts

Do they have an Associates program?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Recently Browsing 0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.

×