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  1. wouldntyouliketoknow

    Can you begin applying for jobs before you actually graduate?

    I dont know about LPN or a state other than Michigan,but in Michigan i do know of nurses getting hired and working as nurses before they even have taken and passed their state boards. Alot of the time they will hire you but tell you that have like 3 months from getting hired to take and pass your state boards otherwise they will lay you off until that happens.
  2. wouldntyouliketoknow

    WCCCD Entrance test

    I took the net but i guess now they require the tease. A friend if mine just recently took it and she said it was not hard and she passed with high scores. So good luck!! You will be fine.
  3. wouldntyouliketoknow

    How would you rate RN school

    WCCCD nursing program is insane!!! Your first 71/2 wks. (1st semester) you have three classes,all of which are four hours long,two of them twice a week. Two of them have lecture and lab portions of the class. The amount of the reading required is heavy and to make matters worse you have an exam every week in every class. More than three wrong? You fail the test and that is just the beginning. Not trying to be negative but obviously all schools are different because there is not one person in my school's nursing program,or that has graduated from it that has said that "it"s really not that hard". Actually everyone i have talked to have said it only get worse,the further along you get. Me personally... i think it is all about time management and knowing how to study and knowing your learning style. Oh and do alot of n-clex practice questions,they will help you throughout it, all the way to your state boards.
  4. wouldntyouliketoknow

    Help wayne county community college or henry ford community college????

    I would say neither and suggest a four year college. With all of the pre-requisites,co-requisites and the actual programs (which are both two years) you will put in enough time, hard work and credit hours to have a bachelors,but all you will obtain is an associates degree when you are finished,at either school. Also if you want to be a floor nurse and work in a hospital your entire nursing career then an associates is all you need but if you are looking into other jobs with a higher pay and more autonomy, then you must have at least a bachelors degree.

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