Veeb 2018-2019

  1. Hello ladies, hope everyone is having a happy new year and is working towards accomplishing goals. I was wondering if anyone plans on attending the LPN program at Veeb this year. I'm taking the entrance examination the 20th of January. I'm so anxious abt school tht I've already applied for financial aid. Is anyone else excited? Any advice from students tht are still attending? Upon graduating how much can a new lpn earn in the first yr?
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  3. by   Sweetest1995
    Hey , I actually also will be applying for this program , I'm taking my exam this Wednesday I'm super nervous. Did you apply for a Pell grant via Fasfa ?
  4. by   Jamesacey
    Hey, I'm applying for this year as well, I'm taking my exam Saturday. Definitely excited yet nervous. How was the exam?
  5. by   Sweetest1995
    It was super super easy I actually couldn't believe how easy it was , the math part you have to move quick but it was mostly fractions and percents. Reading is short passages or poems and questions
  6. by   tryn2makeit
    Hello everyone,

    Took my entrance exam on 1/20/18, just got the mail today (1/29/18) and I PASSED!!! I'm so thankful, GOD IS GOOD... I was super nervous about this exam. So within 2 days of receiving the letter, you have to go on-line an have a background check done (cost $35.75). Tuition deposit due by 2/15 in the amount of $1,000 (YIKES). It's gonna be tough making that happen, but by God's grace, I will be there with deposit in-hand. Just wanted to wish everyone the best of luck and looking forward to meeting you all this September.
  7. by   blessed2x
    I'm soooo nervous. I'm taking my exam next saturday Feb. 10th. I pray I get it.. any pointers would be greatly appreciated bout the exam?🤗
  8. by   Sweetest1995
    hey guys, i just got my results today I PASSED. super excited next step is the $1000 deposit and background check.
  9. by   blessed2x
    Wowwwww awesome. How was the exam taking mines on the 10th of feb
  10. by   Sweetest1995
    @blessed2x.. study everything that has to do with fractions and percents. you get a calculator its pretty easy but the only thing you need to worry about is the time for the math portion , you have to move fast but accurately. 24 mins for 40 questions
  11. by   Sweetest1995
    converting between fractions, decimals and percent. adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing fractions
  12. by   blessed2x
    Thanks so much hun i appreciate your response
  13. by   tryn2makeit
    Hello Blessed2x,

    Yeap, I was soooooo nervous, so I can relate. I can't speak for everybody else but I will tell you that for me, the reading was easy enough. The math I had to really study for. Prior to taking the test I googled and practiced on you-tube almost every algebra review, I could possibly find. It helped me brush up on my math skills, since it's been many, many, many years since I've been in school. I have friends who have graduated from veeb and also recommended getting the GED exam study book to help review for the test. I would recommend that you just study as much as you can and try not to stress to much. Your name says it ALL...Your BLESSED...So study, give it to GOD and you will be just fine.
  14. by   blessed2x
    Thank you so much for those words of encouragement. I really appreciate it. I will do just what you said and keep you posted @tryn2makeit