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Everyday I wish I had chosen a differentBrightNursing
Everyday I wish I had chosen a different nursing program. I am in the accelerated post-bac nursing program and it is a mess. There is little communication between faculty and students and the faculty is never on the same page. We are constantly given contradictory information and then the blame is somehow put on the students. The lecture professors so far have been condescending and they do not teach- they read their slides. If it weren't for the program using ATI, I would feel totally unprepared for the NCLEX. Things they don't tell you until it's too late: You WILL have weekend clinical or labs, which is good to know for childcare or scheduling purposes. You CANNOT miss a clinical unless you are in the hospital - if you are not excused then you fail the class. You will not know your true schedule until the week the semester starts, so plan for that if you are also working.
2nd Year Female -- Class 1920
Campus Maintenance: A, Education Quality: D-
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Don't go to this program.Quite BrightNursing
Don't go to this program. I just finished the first semester in the Accelerated BS nursing program in Manchester, NH. The program is in a tail spin and crashing. It lost all of the best faculty who left mid semester (that tells you a lot right there). I cannot recommend the program. The remaining professors are angry and are going through the motions of teaching, they show up read off 100 power point slides then leave you to your own devices to study. 25% of our class failed and most were top students at their previous schools. You have no recourse. If you are a minority expect to get even worse treatment..... open harassment by some faculty. I don;t see how this program can keep it's accreditation and doubt it will. If you are planning to go here, I would recommend looking at another program, since so many fail, most likely will take 2 years anyway, so why not take longer, learn in a better school and pay less money? I wish I had!
1st Year Female -- Class 2018
Campus Maintenance: A+, Education Quality: F
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Hi, I'm a second year PharmD student atAveragePharmacy
Hi, I'm a second year PharmD student at MCPHS. I believe thus far that my education has been pretty good overall. As with any PharmD program, the material certainly picks up during the middle two years. I currently work as a pharmacy intern at Brigham and Women's Hospital, so I couldn't be more satisfied with the campus' location. If applying to PharmD, expect the first two years to be easy, but it is certainly a challenging program to complete. The courses are quite interesting, but you should be strongly motivated to enter the PharmD program, or any for that matter
1st Year Male -- Class 1920
Campus Maintenance: A+, Extracurricular Activities: B-
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