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    Cost of living loans! Need advice fast!

    mzchas, yes my family is an is an option but we don't really get along. curiousme, the program is only for 10K with my car payment, gas, food, insur, cell phone i spend about a 1K a month. Than on top of that rent and expenses. It just adds up to be right under 30K pink zebra, thank you so much for your advice. everyone I have talked to so far agrees that in the long run it will be worth it. It seems like every student in the US will have to pay some sort of debt off for college. thank you guys!
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    what kind of hospital is Centerpoint Medical Center?

    NurseLil-lea, Thank you so much. That does help me a a lot. I am currently enrolled in the CNA program and will be taking my state exam for it on Nov. 6th. I just had a few more questions, would I take the Hobet test before applying or will the directors of the program contact you and have you take the test at the school? Is the test just over basic education or does it have some nursing aid questions?
  3. Hi everyone! I am 20 years old and a student studying to be a nurse. Next year I plan on applying to a LPN program that cost about 10K and devoting my life to the program so that way I will pass! Luckily for me I am not married and I don't have any kids as dependents. However I do want to live on my own but quit my job and go to school full time. My school does offer loans that would cover the cost of my living. My only fear and worry is that with all the bills I pay rent, car, gas, just day to day items plus the cost of my schooling and materials the loan I would take out would be for 30K. Does any one have words of encouragement? I am becoming a little scared about just quiting my job and going into debt. Please if you have any ideas or comments I would love to hear them!
  4. Hi everyone! I am currently taking my CNA at Blue River. During the spring semester I will be taking my last bio class needed before I can apply for the LPN program. If I am accepted for the 2011, 2012 school year I plan on devoting my life to the program, even quiting my job just to attend full time. My concern is that if I do quit my job and get my self into school debt I want to make sure I will be accepted right away. So I guess what I'm asking for is how hard is it to get into the LPN program. Is there a waiting list? Please just post any experiences you have had with Penn Valley, LPN Program. Thank you!
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    what kind of hospital is Centerpoint Medical Center?

    NurseLil-Lea, I just posted some questions I had in hopes that some one would have answers for me. I was looking at some of the answers you had posted on the blog. I am going to be applying for the LPN program at Penn Valley for the fall semester of 2011, 2012. As a young student I am very lucky that I do not have a family to take care of, so I plan on quiting my job and devoting my life for the 12 months of the day program. I am just curious as to how hard it is to get accepted and if there is a waiting list. If you could please just share any and all experiences you had from applying to the very last day of classes. Thank you so much.
  6. Hi everyone! I am currently taking my CNA at Blue River. During the spring semester I will be taking my last bio class needed before I can apply for the LPN program. If I am accepted for the 2011, 2012 school year I plan on devoting my life to the program, even quiting my job just to attend full time. My concern is that if I do quit my job and get my self into school depend I want to make sure I will be accepted right away. So I guess what I'm asking for is how hard is it to get into the LPN program. Is there a waiting list? Please just post any experiences you have had with Penn Valley, LPN Program. Thank you!
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