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  1. mulaniani

    Monroe College in Bronx ny

    If you are a student not in Monroe and your an lpn (and you already took the pnnclex) but not an RN then you have to take the predictor exam which is on ATI in order to get into Monroe lpn- RN program.
  2. mulaniani

    Monroe College in Bronx ny

    OMG he used mark !! I’m very scared for the NCLEX but I need to relax and take things one step at a time I’m not even there yet LOL
  3. mulaniani

    Monroe College in Bronx ny

    sorry didn't read the question all the way, if you pass it then yes you would be able to start again with another cohort but you will have to wait to they are in the same position as you. for example, lets say you have just taken the lpn-NCLEX and passed it oon the 2nd try during this semester (Spring 2021) and you want to start the RN portion this fall 2021 lets say. but the cohort behind you is not taking their lpn-NCLEX until jan 2022, then you would have to wait until April 2022 (which is monroe's Spring semester) to start with that cohort because that is when they will be starting their RN portion.
  4. mulaniani

    Monroe College in Bronx ny

    so before if you failed it you couldnt come back, you would be dismissed from the program. but with covid they changed it (not sure if they will change the rules back.) if you fail now then you would have to wait until another cohort is ready to take it. for example, my bf's friend didn't pass it, so he had to wait 3 semesters to retake it with the next cohort, because the cohort after your class might not be taking their exam in the next semester so you have to wait until they do to join their class. hope that makes sense because its hard to type out and explain it! you can pm me if you want as well!
  5. mulaniani

    Monroe College in Bronx ny

    Yes that’s true! I believe there were 2 people in his class that didn’t pass it on the first try I believe and they had to stay behind 😞 you can take it again but you won’t move onto the next semester to do the RN
  6. mulaniani

    Monroe College in Bronx ny

    Yes…After lpn they had to take the lpn NCLEX I think it’s called the pnclex I forgot. Then once you pass than you can move forward to the next part which is the RN. (You have to pass that lpn NCLEX to be able to move forward) So this December he will be LPN-RN. Then in jan 2022 he will work as an lpn while doing his BSN!
  7. mulaniani

    NP/PMHNP Work Culture

    pharmacy tech here in nyc and I would never in 1million years EVER be a pharmacist. they treat pharmacist so bad and they are so disrespected and devalued. It's one of those careers that looks amazing on the outside but its terrible. I have been a tech for 6 years and have gotten my bach in psych and am now starting my ABSN program. I never wanted to be a pharmacist but becoming a tech was a quick way to get some medical experience without having experience. I know many pharmacists that have left..one just quit last Tuesday she literally walked out during her shift. pharmacy is also very saturated now, for example, a tech I worked with just graduated she is making $40/hr as a new grad floater pharmacist. this is insane as here in nyc there are lpns making 40-45$/hr. and this is the going rate at retail chains for pharmacists now. I am horrified the way "corporate" comes and speaks to pharmacists. we had a visit last week and the DM literally asked my PIC "how would you feel about getting a 30min lunch break?" smh bc as you know pharmacist in retail don't even get lunch breaks, although I heard one retailer started closing for an hour to give the staff a break. pharmacy is a joke sorry but it is and the culprits are big pharma. they are so money hungry, as a tech I am over worked and underpaid but I didn't go to school for 4-6 years nor do I have a doctorate so I don't complain. but I feel so so bad for pharmacists.
  8. mulaniani

    Monroe College Bachelors of nursing program

    Yea if you’re doing ABSN you don’t need the uniform, health forms, until January. I was told this by Dr kastrov
  9. mulaniani

    Monroe College Bachelors of nursing program

    so for portage there's one called 'global religion and culture' and then there's 'intro to ethics' they are both under humanities ...the reason I was told those might have been allowed was bc I sent the syllabus to my advisor and both courses when you read the description are geared toward health care students/health related field. but I never heard back from the nursing department so I just left it alone LOL
  10. mulaniani

    Monroe College Bachelors of nursing program

    portage had the race ethics one I think..but excelsior has all of them...they have to be approved from monroe first and honestly I let it go because the less courses the less financial aid
  11. mulaniani

    Monroe College Bachelors of nursing program

    Global health issues race, ethnicity, and health intro to health informatics advanced writing for social sciences intro to healthcare policy (I wanted to take some of these on portage or excelsior but I couldnt get in contact w monroe to approve the courses...or to let me know if they would accept them)
  12. mulaniani

    Monroe College Bachelors of nursing program

    for the first semester of the ABSN its asynchronous ...you have 5 classes and you have to log in and complete the coursework due for that week by sundays 5pm. IDK how im going to tackle this yet because you have to be able to manage 5 courses on your own LOL. so on the schedule theres no times the classes just say TBA and the professors name is at the bottom
  13. mulaniani

    Monroe College Bachelors of nursing program

    I got mine for the ABSN for fall 2021
  14. mulaniani

    Monroe College Bachelors of nursing program

    Exams aren’t open book but you can have scrap paper. And you are on camera taking exams, you have a “practice exam” (they call them problem sets) you have to complete before every exam and those help. The questions they ask on the exam are very similar to those within the module so pay attention to those questions. Micro was the easiest to finish of all the prereqs imo because they ask straightforward questions. It took me about 5 months to finish it but I was taking ap2 at the same time. You can honestly prolly finish it in 2 months. But when I took it you could only take an exam every 3 days I think it was IDK if they changed that.
  15. mulaniani

    Monroe College Bachelors of nursing program

    not free but Portage learning is good I took a few of my science prereqs there. but you have to check with monroe first if they will accept the class..I emailed them end of may about taking a class over the Summer and they havent gotten back to me if they would accept the class or not
  16. mulaniani

    Monroe College in Bronx ny

    for ABSN in fall 2021?