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Loyola University Medical School

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Loyola's nursing staff/directors have been overlooking the lQuite BrightNursing
Loyola's nursing staff/directors have been overlooking the last few years of classes so worried about politics, buildings, and who has the highest accomplishments that their NCLEX scored are going down. DO NOT GO TO THEIR ABSN PROGRAM. You will have professors that are terrible at their jobs, and can't answer questions you propose to them. If you are supposed to be a "master" in a field, you should know what you're talking about right? Go somewhere else please, you wont regret it.
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The School of Nursing is challenging yet fair. Eileen Lynch is the best. She helped me out when I really needed it most. She even stayed well past 5:00 pm to make sure I was okay even though I knew she had a small child at home. My parents and I will never forget what she did for us.
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I would not goQuite BrightNursing
I would not go to Undergraduate nursing at this school unless you want to waste your money. This school does not accommodate anyone nor do they care about what is going on in your life. They are also extremely unorganized with pretty much everything under the sun.
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