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    Langston BSN Program. How Competitive is it?

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    Will I be able to become a CNA with an expunged felony

    My sister is a CNA in Oklahoma and she has a felony that was not expunged, so you shouldn't have any problems. The only issue that she has is that she is forced to work in nursing homes because hospitals have strict background checks. I don't know if it would prevent you from getting a RN license, though. Hope that helps! Amanda
  3. I am interested in applying to the BSN program at Langston University in Tulsa. I will finish all of the general ed requirements/prerequisites by Fall 2012. I want to apply for admission next month for Spring 2013 admission. I have six classes that I need to finish and will complete them before Spring 2013. Right now, I have a 3.10 GPA and I expect it to increase before admission in Spring 2013. For those of you who have been admitted here, I have a question. Is my application at all competitive? I realize that it is not competitive for the Fall 2012 semester, but I thought it would be less stressful to get it out of the way and apply for a future date. Should I wait until the next admission period to apply or is there a good chance that I will be admitted contingent on passing the rest of my classes? Any help is greatly appreciated! I am very ready to get going! Amanda
  4. mandadoll

    Tulsa Community College CNA Program

    I took my CNA class at TCC. Our class was only five weeks. The first four weeks was lecture and lab and the last week was clinicals. I don't know how they will do rotations now, but when I was there about a year and a half ago, they split up our class into two groups. Group A went to one place and Group B went to another place for the entire week. Our two sites were Senior Suites and ManorCare.
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    LPN at Tulsa Technology Center (TTC)

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    LPN at Tulsa Technology Center (TTC)

    Ok, so I took the HESI test today and it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I have a new question for anyone that has been accepted to the LPN program at Tulsa Technology Center: I know the application process is very competitive and based on a 100 point scale. I have 85 points on that scale. Is my application considered competitive? Please help! I am dying to know something before January!
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    LPN at Tulsa Technology Center (TTC)

    I applied to Tulsa Technology Center for entry into the LPN program in the spring. I am scheduled to take the HESI test next week, which I am told is over Anatomy, Physiology, Math, etc. But, when I searched for HESI on the web, all I can find are practice tests with information very similar to the NCLEX. Now, I am worried that I will be tested on information that I have yet to learn. Has anyone taken this test? Can you ease my mind a little and tell me what it was like? Thanks, Amanda