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Prism Career Institute Reviews - Certificate in Licensed Practical Nurse

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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2017

Worst experience of my life. I was enrolled taking classes then I was told by office I wasn't able to do my clinicals because I didn't have the step shot which I should have had from the beginning before they even let me in but with them being inconsiderate I owe school money I failed school and the the rich keep being the rich and the poor keep being the poor. The main reason I failed is cause one of the teachers had a brain aneurysm while she shouldn't not have been teaching.

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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2017

The Worst school to go to. The DON doesnt care about the students. She makes up rules as she goes along. Very Unprofessional. I would look into other colleges that offer the program. Action 6 new need to be aware of the money ripping campus

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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2018

This school doesn't prepare you for lpn. the teachers are late, test every week for one class a week, DON worries about unimportant problems . spending 28,000 on a school that's not beneficial, changing rules all the time; no structure . GET IT TOGETHER PRISM

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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2016

"After working as a Medical Technician for the past ten years I decided to enroll in Prism LPN program. It was hard in the beginning because Ive been out of school for a long time. I worked full-time while attending school three nights a week and every Saturday. I did very well in the program with self-motivation, determination along with the help of my Instructors, I graduated in March 26, 2016 and passed my NCLEX April 15, 2016 on the first attempt. For me Prism Career Institute was a good choice. The school did a good job preparing me for the field and my Clinical experience gave me the confidence I needed to succeed.

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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2016

Do not go to this school I can't even get out this school they Holden me back getting my license I can't pass exit test. I didn't learn nothin. This school is horrible the DON DW don't care I tried to complain to the Director FF he's a joke I tried to go over his head to speak to his boss GS and was told he was fired months ago for being unethical. Run run run save yo $30000.

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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2016

Stay away from this scam. This school just takes your money. Instructor s are incompetent. They chose whom to pass and fail these they don't like. If you have $30000 to blow tho is the place to go. Waste of time and money . Stay away from this place

1 out of 5
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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2014

Poorly run school. Instructors are incompetent , keep students extra terms, fail these who they don't like. Take money for repeat classes.constantly fail students , pass only these who they want . Don't provide material needed, sell many books to students.

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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2017

I attended the AC campus and it was the worst program ever. Ms V. and Mr S.J. were amazing but unfortunately they are not the only two teaching. Please do not attend this school and waste your money they are only interested in making money you will be teaching yourself for $28,000. I wish someone could've posted this for me before I attended!.

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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2017

Prism Career Institute is the worst school to attend, I really strongly recommend that no one apply to the Cherry Hill Campus, The CEO and DON of the school look down on you like you are nothing, education wise well let's just say forget it and that you are basically teaching yourself, all the teachers act like they are scared of the DON & really jump when she say how high, they can't never seem to keep the decent teachers because of lack of respect & improper teaching skills that the schools DON requires, had I knew what I no now I would not have waisted my time on my money attending to such a horrible structured school!

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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2017

For those who want to pursue a career in nursing. Please look into other schools other than Prism, Philadelphia. The school was horrible! I just recently graduated and feel like this school does not have the equipment to help me successfully pass the NCLEX. The Administration is horrible from the DON with purple hair Tyra down to no instructors! They are quick to request for funds but will supply you with the books and other essential tools needed days prior to the term is over????? Don't let the facade fool you, the fancy sign, doors, and computers ( 50% of them do not work). They treat us like prisoners and children. If i can do it all over again, I would have chosen some place more reputable!! Like the old saying, " Nurses ate their young" well at prism, they devour, manipulate, and shred their students to pieces! Choose wisely avoid PRISM Philadelphia

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