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  1. careerchange19

    Nash Community College Evening Program

    Sorry for the late reply! During the first semester, classes are on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6 pm - 9:30 pm. Clinicals are every other weekend, 6:30 am - 6:30 pm. After the first semester, all classes are from 6 pm - 9:00 pm. I am not sure about financial aid. I know there are a few students receiving financial aid and it seems to cover everything. I do know you will be responsible for purchasing clinical uniforms and supplies before the semester starts, so you will have to pay out of pocket.
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    Nash Community College Evening Program

    I received a "B" in BIO 168 and "A's" in all the other prerequisite courses. My HESI score was 84.40%. The evening program at Nash is great and is structured for working adults.
  3. careerchange19

    Pre nursing help!!

    Nash and Wilson Community Colleges have evening ADN programs. Nash's program starts in even years and Wilson's starts in odd years. Both of the community colleges are about 40 minutes from Raleigh. ECPI in Raleigh have an evening LPN program, but it is very expensive.
  4. I was accepted into the evening ADN program at Nash Community College today. I was able to get into the program with 87.4 points. Are there previous or current students on allnurses that have some words of advice on the program?
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    Montgomery Community College, NC

    Any current students or grads from the LPN program have advice on getting into the program? I am applying to the hybrid evening program and I know the maximum number of students is 20. I am sure the college receives hundreds of exceptional applicants and the whole admission process is super competitive. It seems that all of NC nursing programs are super competitive. I am applying to four nursing programs and I am praying I will be accepted into one of the programs.
  6. Does anyone know the average total points for the practical nursing program? I am applying to the college this fall to start the program in the spring. Right now, I am working on completing the prerequisites courses. I am considering taking some of the prerequisites at Portage Learning, but I am waiting to hear back from the college to find out if these courses will transfer into the program. I would hate to waste money on courses that will not transfer.

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