Professors in practical nursing flex (centennial college)

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by alishahbaz (New) New

Please can anybody help me...which professors are best in teaching practical nursing flexible program in centennial college, semester 1 & 2.

As i have to choose my timetable by knowing professors.

Thanks.

loriangel14, RN

Specializes in Acute Care, Rehab, Palliative. 6,923 Posts

Centennial College where? If you are in Ontario you would be better to post in the Canadian forum.

It would really be impossible for anyone to tell you who is the "best" teacher. Everyone has their own opinion.

Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN

Specializes in Critical Care, ED, Cath lab, CTPAC,Trauma. Has 42 years experience. 4 Articles; 20,908 Posts

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_nurse_to_be

28 Posts

I am just about to finish practical nursing (flex) semester 1at centennial, and I had the worst anatomy&physiology prof, ******.. do not take his class. Also for English do not take ********. You can even use Ratemyprof.com

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dommagao

16 Posts

I just chose my timetable, ****** and ******. One of the guys who just graduated told me ****** is really really good.

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dommagao

16 Posts

I paid extra money to take Communications in continuing education to lighten my load in semester 1A and 2A, the professor is great.

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 34 years experience. 1 Article; 39,472 Posts

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dommagao

16 Posts

Thanks for the reminder!

bain01

16 Posts

Hi,i would like to ask you, how was the nursing flex? I am planning on taking it at Centennial in Sep/2015

dommagao

16 Posts

As for me , Flex is a better option. The schedule for regulare full time has 7 or 8 courses for the first semester and second semester, which is a heavy load, especially for those who have to work. Flex have 4 courses per semester, 2-3 days of classes every semester. But flex doesn't get four months summer off as the regular full time. Well, flex is also full time. Flex has six semesters and the tuition is higher since you have to pay for 6 semesters. Centennial held two workshops for the new students and some full time students changed their minds after the workshops and decided to change to flex since they plan to study and work at the same time.

NSGS

5 Posts

Is it every other day or is consecutively? Where can I get used books to buy

NSGS

5 Posts

Hi did you take it? If so how are the schedules?