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    PGCC Spring 2019 Petition

    Thanks for responding. Is there any advice you could give in regards to your experience: clinical sites and instructors, classroom instructors, did you have a strong GPA and TEAS scores when you petitioned, etc? Anything helps. How long ago did you graduate?
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    PGCC Spring 2019 Petition

    I am petitioning for the Lpn to RN Spring 2019 semester at Prince George's Community College. Is there any one else out there that is petitioning for this program? The last day to petition was Oct 1st. I was told by a nursing advisor and by previous people on this website that decisions won't be mailed out until about the last week of December. Are there any petitioners that have all of their pre-reqs and TEAS completed? Current GPA? etc. Lets all introduce ourselves if we come across this forum.
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    Prince Georges Community College Lpn to Rn

    Is there any advice you could give on your instructors if you remember their names. What they like to see from their students, how hard was each class, what to focus on the most? Anything helps. thanks again.
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    Prince Georges Community College Lpn to Rn

    Thank you so much for responding. I had already expected that you have to test out to graduate; thats what I had to do in my LPN program seven years ago. But you have to test in as well? Is there a certain test you have to take to get in besides the TEAS test? If you dont pass the exit exam do you have to retake semester four classes, do they allow you to retake the exam again after a certain time period has passed? As far as clinicals, Im not surprised the nurses want nothing to do with you. It seems pretty standard these days. It's a shame how we eat our young. I was told that in nursing school years ago...boy were they right.
  5. Im applying to PGCC lpn to rn program for the spring 2019 class. I will have A&P 1 and 2, Microbiology, English 101, Statistics, Sociology, intro to Psych, Human Growth and Development, Speech, and two Humanities classes completed. Basically all of the required prerequisites for any general nursing program Will be finished by the time I apply. Is there anyone out there who is currently in this program or has already graduated that could give me any insight on what to expect? Any information on clinical and class schedule, how hard the classes were, clinical rotation sites, nursing teachers, how rigorous it is, would you recommend it, etc....ANYTHING HELPS. Thank you in advance
  6. Im applying to PGCC lpn to rn program for the spring 2019 class. I will have A&P 1 and 2, Microbiology, English 101, Statistics, Sociology, intro to Psych, Human Growth and Development, Speech, and two Humanities classes completed. Basically all of the required prerequisites for any general nursing program Will be finished by the time I apply. Is there anyone out there who is currently in this program or has already graduated that could give me any insight on what to expect? Any information on clinical and class schedule, how hard the classes were, clinical rotation sites, nursing teachers, how rigorous it is, would you recommend it, etc....ANYTHING HELPS. Thank you in advance.
  7. ari.mrslpn

    What are you being told?

    @baglady215 i just passed my boards this month and I too am looking for a job in delaware. You're right, everyone wants experience. where did you get an interview at. if you know any places that hires lpn's with NO experience then i would appreciate it
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