Thank you for the concern. According to my admissions rep they have a 92% pass rate for the NCLEX. It is a fairly new program. I previously attended a school to be a LPN, but left April of this year when I found out my financial aid wasn't being properly credited to my account balance at the school. The program I attending was fairly new also, but I feel I left with a broad base of knowledge after going through the majority of the clinical rotations and the classes. I like the energy the staff at B&S gives off and If I have to give 150% to find experiences then I will. The school is convenient for me now, no waiting list, classes starting in 1 week, ect. When I researched other school's for the fall semester, a lot of the deadlines had passed by the time my mind was made up I was leaving my school. I was accepted to Central's LPN program but when I researched B&S they are a 20 month ADN program and fit in to my "time frame" of when I want to accomplish goals. When I went for my TEAS test I spoke with students who were set to graduate in 2 weeks they told me they had good clinical experiences and felt prepared for the NCLEX and the work force. I will try my best to get everything I can and more out of this school and these next 20 months, to ensure I will be prepared when the time comes to show it. Thank you again for sharing your experiences. They are also now NLNAC accredited so their credits should transfer.