Recent Alumnus 2012-06-24T06:09:45Z
Can Be Recommended to Friends or Relative – Starting with the registration process, i would say that cordial people will always make your stay pleasant in whatever field you go. Here at PCN, the things they teach , the whole program is enough to prepare you for the real world ahead. Not all professors will be good teachers and this is a normal situation for all the schools i have surveyed. It is also true here but no matter what happens, it will always be depending on the student on how they will handle their study habits and learning skills. The curriculum i think is comprehensive and complete.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-24T05:31:28Z
Helpful Staff – The staff in charge for the Career Services were pleasant to talk with and offers a lot of advice and suggestions.
Recent Alumnus 2012-06-24T05:29:33Z
Most Were Full Time Students – Female gender dominated the student body and most of them were younger in age. There was a great diverse ethnicity presence but mostly Latinos and Filipinos. All looked so energetic and ready to embark on this field that they chose. Most were taking the full time schedules.
Recent Alumnus 2012-01-19T03:58:37Z
The Conveniences of the Curriculum at Preferred College of Nursing – The college is one that really tests my threshold to the stress of meeting deadlines and the briefness of each class.
I am currently a Vocational Nursing student at Preferred College of Nursing. A typical LVN program at a junior college takes roughly four to complete. Two years to complete the prerequisites, and roughly another two years or more staying on a waiting list with others having the hopes of finally being that "something" we've sacrificed everything for.
As for me, I am a 42 year old married father of two very ambitious girls. They are the motivating factors to what is compelling me to write this essay today.
Ever since my girls began attending school, I constantly drilled into their minds that college will be the pinnacle of their educational careers. I always push them beyond their potentials. I do this to give them the confidence to succeed at anything they put their minds to.
School has been very hard for me. I know what my limitations are. I know that I tend to excell in school if it is at an accelerated mode of study. Most of my worst school experiences are at the junior college level.
I went to a junior college for over four years. In those four years, I accomplished about two semesters' worth of full time credit. This was due to the number of students at the college. A two year college with over eighteen thousand students! Now add the budget cuts, the school's need for more revenue, the books, the cost of living...It can be quite frustrating! I had to seek other options to a brighter future. My goodness! The teacher-to-student ratios at a high, the closed classes...I could go on, but I am sure that you've heard this before. I got so frustrated that I stopped going to school. I got married, had the two girls, and lived your typical american life...except something was missing from it...My education. Now that my kids are getting an earful from me, I feel like a hypocrite, when I tell them that they have to finish college. It makes me cry inside. They always look up to me for some hope. All I can do is just tell them to keep studying and finish college. But who am I to say that, when I, myself didn't finish?
At Preferred College of Nursing, I am looking toward a brighter future. I am more at ease here. I know that the demands are high and that this is an accelerated school, but that's how I am wired.
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