NYC LPN FAQ


Pre-Nursing Assessment Test—PN

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK

SEPTEMBER 2015 LPN PROGRAM

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

1. What are the Program’s Eligibility Requirements?

 

All applicants must be 21+ years of age and legally able to work in the United States. Proof of: American citizenship (or a green card with continuous work status), a high school diploma (or GED certificate), and Proof of NYC residency must be provided along with a New York State Driver’s License or a New York State Non-Driver’s ID. The cost of the program is $2,500-$3,000.00.

 

2.  Are there payment plans for the $2,500-$3,000? No, there are no payment plans.

 

3.  Are there scholarships? No, there are no scholarships for this program.

 

4.  Does the program accept foreign high school diplomas? Yes, but they must be translated and evaluated as equivalent to a US High School diploma by one of the listed Credential Evaluators: Click Here for List

 

5.  Can candidates change their TEAS dates? No, TEAS dates cannot be changed.

 

6.  Are there evening and/or weekend class options for those who work? No, classes are Monday through Friday, from 8am to 4pm only.

 

7.  Can candidates choose which school, Brooklyn or Mid-Manhattan? No, the school is chosen for the candidate.

 

8.  Will the LPN program accept passing scores from previous years? No, only scores from the current testing cycle will be accepted.

 

9.  Who can I contact for Questions? 212-666-1920 ext. 3060

 

10.  How can I register for the Pre-Nursing Assessment Test (P-NAT)? Click HERE!

 

11.  How long is the program?  The NYC LPN Program is 11 months long (ending in July 2016).

 

 

 

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