I am waiting to hear back about acceptance into the may 2018 LPN class. I'm hoping to find someone on here who's trying to get in like me!
Let me know!
have you heard anything?? im still waiting to hear back
I hav3 not recieved the letter yet, however I have spoken to Marilyn the LPN program office assistant and I have been accepted! They are behind on getting letters out but she said we should recueve them this week! Are you in morristown?
yeah thanks for letting me know about the letters
just talked to marilyn said she had to call me back but she had to talk to me!! i hate waiting lol
your welcome!! Awesome!! You'll have to let me know what she said!!
Thats awesome!!! Glad to hear! Ill be seeing you then!
Finally got my letter!!! Its real now! Lol
Hi I was wanting to know what was the hesi a2 like?especially the math?
The hesi wasn't that bad at all. There were alot of ratios, fractions, whole number fractions, conversions of fractions etc. Luckily we were allowed to use a calculator and that helped tremendously. The reading part was your typical reading and comprehension. Then the other critical thinking part was questions like what would be treated first, a patient with symptoms of heart attack, or a dog bite. Things like that.. i scored highest on critcal thinking. Overall, i finished in about 2 hours or less, but still had hours i could have spent on it.
Ok thank you, I don't know if I want to go to tcat morristown or walters state the idea of tests every single day is a little crazy but I do appreciate the info on Hesi
Yeah!! I understand... initially i was doing pre-reqs for the RN program at walter state and i have completed them all except prob and stats, and my A&P 1 & 2. However, since i cant take these simultaneously it will take me yet another year and one class per semester before i can even apply to the nursing program, then having to wait to see if i get accepted, plus another 2 years in the actual program. So for me it made more sense to go ahead and do LPN for 1 year then bridge later to RN. That way i can support my kids on LPN pay rather than what i am now while i go back for RN. Either way you go, i wish you luck!
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