There aren’t any NCLEX scores becuase the very first cohort hasn’t graduated yet. This program is that new. I’m in cohort 3 and To be honest the first term was very bumpy but we are not in term 2 and it has gotten a lot better. I’m sure as time goes the school will become better, just got to cut them some slack since it is a smaller college. I’m an Lvn already so I’ll be very blunt and just say all nursing schools are self taught either way lmao it’s really what YOU as the student put in. Pay attention to lectures, don’t miss any class or clinical days, study hard and manage your time wisely and you’ll be fine. Being in covid times also doesn’t make it any easier with zoom lectures and everything online compared to when I went to Lvn school in 2011. Times have changed. For me with prior medical experience the material isn’t too hard to grasp it’s just a lot of readings and learning time management but my classmates who have no medical experience are having a tougher time. Which is to be expected, it’s alot to learn. I chose pacific college becuase it’s the fastest ADN program in Southern California right now and the cheapest (for a private school). The ADN program is 16months and then if u choose you can go straight for bachelors (an additional year) after you take and pass NCLEX. So you can start working as an RN already while bachelors is all online. That’s what sold me. Everyone is different but I highly suggest looking into pacific. You’ll have great classmates that you bond with and y’all will help each other through it. Good luck!