Hi guys, I'm about to graduate from TCC's RN program this Dec!! As far as level one and two goes, be ready to be thrown to the wolves. Level 1 kinda holds ur hand whereas level 2 ur pretty much on ur own and the content gets ALOT more complex. But, that's not to say I don't recommend the program, because I do. Level 3 is OB/Peds/QOL and it's easy and the instructors are WONDERFUL. Level 4 is well....difficult. I'm not really impressed. The majority of classes are anystreamed online and you start doing 12 hr clinicals-half the semester on a med/surg floor and half in the ICU. The clinicals have been a real learning opportunity tho and a lot of my class already has RN jobs lined up for when they graduate, including me =). What it comes down to is, is TCC going to prepare you to pass ur NCLEX? And I say yes, definitely, it has one of the highest pass rates in the state and that's what counts. So if you have any other questions, feel free to ask away, I'll try to answer them as best I can!!