Quote from madonnaca8430
Omg Seton Hall and Georgian Court us really low
Exactly! I was so excited about attending Seton Hall until I saw that percentage. I chose Rutgers. It's going to take me a little longer to graduate because Rutgers' program is so popular that they don't allow transfers directly into the program so I have to take 24 credits at the school of arts and sciences and then transfer school to school, but I'm happy with my decision.
I have always heard that Seton Hall has an excellent reputation, especially because, if I'm not mistaken, it is actually the oldest nursing school in NJ, but with pass rates like that I can't imagine that reputation is going to last much longer.
I'm not positive, but I think that maybe those percentages are based on people who passed the NCLEX on their first try, and there is nothing wrong with having to take it more than once, but for me, I want to be as confident and prepared as possible for passing the boards as soon as possible, and most of all I really want to be as confident as possible once it is time to find a job. I've heard a lot of complaints about the faculty and overall program at SHU. For all that money, there shouldn't be any complaints and more people should be able to pass on their first try. Just my opinion.