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By: Dill V.
Arizona College - Las Vegas
Arizona College of Allied Health - Las Vegas is one of the most expensive private nursing schools in Nevada. It would cost a student about $700 per unit or about $84 K for the nursing program. However, it appears that the school would pick any nursing professor who's willing to accept the pay of the job regardless of experiences. Since the professors might have been randomly selected, they would not care about how the student’s success in the program. They might be busy with other job that they probably were working on at the same time. Some of the nursing professors do not give out hand-outs; others give out just one or two days before the exam. And the results: Not many made it. Because some of the materials from the exam had never been discussed, not even from the book nor the hand-outs and even worse, the exam questions were so confusing. Consequently, the students were the victims. Most students in this nursing program are not newly high school grads. They are working people and they work hard to earn their money to pay for their tuition, and many had to borrow loans, private or public, in addition. They chose this college because they trust that the school would help them to success in their study regardless of the high tuition. Facing with the uncertainties of the school professor's policies, many students began to wonder themselves whether they had financially invested their future in a wrong hand? The consequences were not affecting just the students themselves, but in many cases to their love ones as well. Moreover, students in this program whether with lower or higher IQ’s, they all had passed the HESI test. They paid to be able to study, not being paid to be studied. So, please understand the stresses in their studying while gambling with their exams and help them to study successfully.Hope that the Dean of N.S. will reconsider the way the professors are handling their teaching techniques as well as their dedications to the students’ goal.
By: S K.
Arizona College - Las Vegas
The school is great! Lots of hard and challenging work to help to be successful in your future career as a nurse. The professors there are really helpful and want to see you succeed. This school may be costly but education is and should be your greatest investment and a rewarding career such as nursing is well worth it.

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