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Suffolk County Community College LPN Program Spring 2021

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Hi all! I figured I would start a thread for those who are applying for the LPN Program at Suffolk County Community College for the Spring 2021 semester like myself. 🙂

hi! im planning on applying to the LPN program for Spring 2021. Im planning on taking my TEAS next month! what are your stats?

nicoleeburch

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Hello! Nice to meet you 🙂 . Im taking my TEAS in a few weeks but as far as pre requisites I have completed: BIO105 - A, ENG101 - A, PSY101 - B+, BIO130- C+, BIO 132 - A. How about you? Good luck with applying!!

On 6/5/2020 at 1:49 AM, nicoleeburch said:

Hello! Nice to meet you 🙂 . Im taking my TEAS in a few weeks but as far as pre requisites I have completed: BIO105 - A, ENG101 - A, PSY101 - B+, BIO130- C+, BIO 132 - A. How about you? Good luck with applying!!

A&P1: A,

A&P2: in progress

psy: B-

english 101- B+
English 102-B+
taking my TEAS soon! Hope we both get in!

nicoleeburch

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2 minutes ago, Kayla Alexander said:

A&P1: A,

A&P2: in progress

psy: B-

english 101- B+
English 102-B+
taking my TEAS soon! Hope we both get in!

You have great grades! Good luck with A&P 2 and the TEAS! I hope we both get in too. Fingers crossed.

May I ask why you’re applying to the LPN and not the associate program?!

nicoleeburch

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11 hours ago, Kayla Alexander said:

May I ask why you’re applying to the LPN and not the associate program?!

I actually do plan on applying for both but I would be just as excited to be accepted into either program 🙂. I figured I would start a forum for the LPN program because I haven't come across many from prior years!

Just wondering if either of you were accepted and started the practical nursing program at SCCC?

nicoleeburch

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1 hour ago, Lor122 said:

Just wondering if either of you were accepted and started the practical nursing program at SCCC?

Hello :) yes, I was and am currently in the first semester of the program. 

Thanks for replying !

I am wondering how many people they accept ?

I know their ADN program Seems pretty competitive.

 

Also, what is your schedule like for this first semester? When are your classes? 
I work 30 hours a week and am I’m hoping my job will adjust my work schedule around classes 

Also do you remember what your TEAS score was when you got accepted?

 

 

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nicoleeburch

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1 hour ago, Lor122 said:

Thanks for replying !

I am wondering how many people they accept ?

I know their ADN program Seems pretty competitive.

 

Also, what is your schedule like for this first semester? When are your classes? 
I work 30 hours a week and am I’m hoping my job will adjust my work schedule around classes 

Also do you remember what your TEAS score was when you got accepted?

 

 

The LPN program does accept more people than the ADN program. I believe including myself there are 62 people in my graduating class. A friend of mine recommended I do this program, she went through it and loved it. For the first semester (due to covid, otherwise the classes are normally on campus) we have two online classes one consists of pre-recorded lectures and the other one is realtime online (live lectures via blackboard) and that class meets once a week. I work similar hours as you (20-25 depending on the week) & so far I’m doing okay🤞🏻 It’s a lot of work, but that’s like any program. I believe my overall TEAS score was a 69%. I hope this is helpful for you 🙂

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Thank you so much for all the info.

My overall TEAS score is a 73.3

And I have taken A&P 1/2, Eng 101 and Psy 101 and got A's or B's so I am hoping I have enough points on the rubric to be accepted.

I have one more question for you... do you know what your schedule will be like next semester?  The first semester seems to be the lightest, with 5 credits. The next two have 11 credits each and I guess that is where clinical starts.


 

nicoleeburch

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On 3/2/2021 at 6:06 PM, Lor122 said:

Thank you so much for all the info.

My overall TEAS score is a 73.3

And I have taken A&P 1/2, Eng 101 and Psy 101 and got A's or B's so I am hoping I have enough points on the rubric to be accepted.

I have one more question for you... do you know what your schedule will be like next semester?  The first semester seems to be the lightest, with 5 credits. The next two have 11 credits each and I guess that is where clinical starts.


 

Of course! Good luck with applying, you won't regret it. & I do know that next semester for fundamentals we will have lab 2x a week, clinical 1x a week and lecture (hopefully in person as well) & then mental health will have clinical and lecture. The clinical will be split between the two for the semester so I think the first 8 will be fundamentals and the other 8 will be mental health or vice versa.