I applied for the LPN course at my local community college. I live in a very small town. There were only 76 applicants, but the school only accepts 26 students each year. I took the PSB exam Monday, May 4th and it seemed like everyone there knew the Program Director pretty well. As it would turn out, most of them are already enrolled in the college and taking prereq's. I scored very well on all of my placement tests (97% & higher) and I have other college credits that transfered over so that if I'm acccepted in the fall, I would only need to attend part time. I thought that I had an advantage over most because I didn't need any prereqs, but now I'm scared that they will get accepted just because they're already enrolled. The program director seems like a very nice women, but in this small town, it's not what you know, it's who you know. Does anyone know how students are chosen? I'm pretty sure it's not from the PSB scores alone. I think I did pretty well on those by the way. She won't release our scores though until the class is chosen, which should be today or monday. Does anyone have any advise?