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    Lvn @ Nctc

    I applied the first day as well. They hadn't received my application that I sent through email. I sent it from my yahoo address and sometimes it delivers to the spam box. So, I resent it through my hotmail and she responded immediately. I've heard good things about the program. But I've heard that it isn't for the weak hearted or lazy one :). Heck, when I applied for my teaching degree things were lost but I'm teaching now. Don't get thrown off by a lost application...it happens any and everywhere. My aunt that is a nurse at Arlington Memorial and has been there for 30+ years. She is noticing that every year univerisity admitting is becoming so hard. Waiting list are becoming longer and GPA's are becoming even more competitive. I wouldn't give up on any options, especially if this is something we really want to do. -Good Luck!
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    Lvn @ Nctc

    I really can't answer the question "Is it worth it?" But I can say that the cost is very minimal. I actually took my younger sister to Concorde in Arlington, Texas for their LVN program and it was over $20,000. But of course Concorde offers more spaces for class enrollment. NCTC is only taking 12 students for their Spring enrollment. It's really a personal decision. I do know that clinicals will be on the weekend at a facility in or near Gainesville. The theory classes will be provided online.
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    Lvn @ Nctc

    Kgurpreet: I'm not sure about having to take the test again, you might want to contact them. I was sent information that detailed the cost at about $6,000. Be sure to check their website for all info!
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    Lvn @ Nctc

    DeterminedStudent: I'm actually scheduled to take it on Friday. But being that I teach and this is our first week back, I'm not sure if I will be able to. I've been studying though. I'm actually going to go ahead and take a 5 week CNA class (saturdays only) and start doing that part time. The NCTC program sounds excellent but being that I teach Mon-Fri and live in Dallas....it will be a stretch. Hopefully, there will be more programs that come about if I'm not able to do so. I'm looking at appyling to TWC Nursing Weekend Program, if they offer it again. -Let me know how it goes for you.... I'm sure you did fine!!!!
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