LPNEMSCT replied to lorenwithano's topic in LPN/LVN
Hi I am a LPN, I graduated in June and passed my nclex in August. I didn't find a job until September. The job that I have is farther then I want to travel but it's a job and I do like it. Keep looking and putting in applications and something will come through. What part of CT do you live in?
St Vincent's does have a part time evening program. This is from there website "Students may enroll for less than 12 credits a semester, and complete the required curriculum on a part-time basis. Taking nursing courses on a part-time basis usually requires three (3) years for completion. Faculty advisors will assist students in planning their course schedules in order to complete the program within five (5) years. Courses taught during evening hours will also include weekend days." Hope this helps. Erika
LPNEMSCT replied to Butterflybee's topic in LPN/LVN
No you are not alone, I feel the same way and I know others also feel this way. There is no way that we can learn everything that we need to in school, most of our learning will come on the job. You made it through school, that was hard part, now go and become the great nurse that you know you can be.
I graduated from Bullard Havens in June and I wasn't approved for maximum financial aid but I did receive some financial aid. We weren't initially told how much we were approved for but once we were told, the balance had to be paid a.s.a.p. There was a girl that didn't receive any financial aid and she didn't have the money to pay so the dismissed her from the program. I don't understand why if you got the maximum financial aid you would have to pay anything. Have you gotten anything in writing stating that you were approved?
Good luck. I don't think there is a percentage of how many people pass or fail at any number. I took my test today also but my test cut off at 85 questions and I feel like I failed. People both pass and fail at 75/85 and 205/265.