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  1. taylo0812

    New England Tech in Warwick, RI

    congrats on getting in!! im going into my second quarter of the neit program (standard track)and i love it. The professors really want to see you succeed and are very helpful. just as a heads up i worked about 25 hours a week during frist quarter and it was tough. you need to dedicate ALOT of time to studying and reviewing material. The information most get during a semester we get in ten weeks lol. There are many working mothers in my class and they did great!....good luck and see you in july! :)
  2. taylo0812

    NEIT New England Tech RN 2010

    Its not crazy to consider this program AT ALL. All i know is im in a program (NEIT) that i have no doubt will be accredited and im NOT one of the THOUSANDS who get turned away every year because nursing school is extremely competitive to get into. Its awesome for the people who can get into the highly competitive programs that are cheaper BUT not everyone can. all im trying to get across is keep all options open. Ill be graduating next december with a degree in something i want to do and not settling for something else because i couldnt get into a school.
  3. taylo0812

    NEIT New England Tech RN 2010

    I shouldnt have said waiting lists specifically but just waiting in general.
  4. taylo0812

    New England Tech in Warwick, RI

    GPA doesnt matter. You pay a fee of $175 to take an accuplacer test and if you pass that then you take the kaplan nurisng exam. They accept the top 25 scores on the kaplan. And yes they do take some of transfer courses depending on the course and how old it is.
  5. taylo0812

    NEIT New England Tech RN 2010

    There is no waiting list. You take an accuplacer test and if you pass that you take the kaplan nursing exam. The top 25 scores on the kaplan get accepted into the program. There are no prereqs to apply. If you have all of your prereqs done however you can apply to the fast track program. the standard track is 21 months long and the fast track is i believe a year or a maybe a little more. :)
  6. taylo0812

    NEIT New England Tech RN 2010

    Every post i see about this school is complaing about how much it is. Nursing school is one of the most competitive programs to get into and if you have to pay more to get a degree then it is damn well worth it. I know way too many people who have been on waiting lists for a few years with amazing GPA's. I am currently in NEIT's program and will be finished next december :). I personally think someone would be "infreakinsane" to not explore the possibility of this school if they've been on a waiting list for awhile. :)
  7. taylo0812

    NEIT New England Tech RN 2010

    what would you like to know?
  8. taylo0812

    New England Tech in Warwick, RI

    GOOD LUCK!...i really hope it works out :)
  9. taylo0812

    New England Tech in Warwick, RI

    have you looked into maybe applying to signature healthcare brockton hospital school of nursing....you dont have to take a test or anything its just like applying to a college...i believe its about 20,000 for the program
  10. taylo0812

    New England Tech in Warwick, RI

    if you dont mind me asking what was your score on the kaplan?
  11. taylo0812

    New England Tech in Warwick, RI

    My score on the kaplan nursing exam was a 77 and thank you i am very excited.
  12. taylo0812

    New England Tech in Warwick, RI

    i can understand everyone's concern for the program because of cost and accredidation and with that being said i have no doubt that the school will become accredited, as for cost, yes it is expensive but what private school isnt? it comes out to about 25000 a year which unless you go to a public/state school you going to be looking at the same price. when you take into account the EXTREME difficulty of getting into nursing schools now a days the price is worth it especially with the amount you make once you become an RN. If you have the grades and are a top notch student i would encourage going somewhere cheaper a 1oo% cause you have a good shot but not everyone is top notch adn they are very selective. I was at RIC last year as a transfer and unless i got probably in the range of a 3.2 or better i know i wont be considered. new england tech's nursing program was a godsend and i was accepted yesterday into the program and i could not be happier, i start nursing school next month. and one more thing i dont think anyone should bash the program because truthfully no one knows anything about it yet because its soo new, there is no way a judgement can be passed that it is not the best education, i am sure i will graduate with a great education
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