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South NCLEX pass rates

Does anyone know the NCLEX pass rates for South schools?

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD

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@ZskoIhD-jdhn

Just checked collegescorecard.gov and it tells me you may very well be a prevaricator. If not a prevaricator most likely just a common garden variety lying Fraudaversity shill.

In the meantime:

TIP: Next time try to think of a lie that can't be traced and maybe you'll get a free Fraudaversity tote bag.

Students Beware!

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-kgdn

Richmond is 90-100% with 60-75% graduating. Not bad at all.

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-jdhn

Completely valid argument, we can settle on NCLEX is irrelevant in the scope of the whole picture

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-enqa

@ZskoIhD-dlkv

'I think the point is for graduates NCLEX does matter. I get the point on graduation rates, don’t get me wrong but if we are talking about the exam as a modality to evaluate graduates, which was the origin of the post, then yes it is a regulatory mechanism for all schools. Does it matter with these grad rates? No. Two different arguments.'

Fair Enough Then:

I believe that OP Dahn's question concerning the NCLEX pass rates was informational in nature and an attempt on his part to ask a question designed to solicit a dialogue concerning the validity of the NCLEX as an effective tool to evaluate any school's nursing program.

Your inference he was implying that '...if we are talking about the exam as a modality to evaluate graduates, which was the origin of the post...' is specious, (not the origin of the post), and serves to reinforce the gaslighting canard proffered by the Fraudaversity Shill that this joke of a nursing program is 'fairly regulated.'

If you want to argue the narrow polemic, that the NCLEX 'evaluates and regulates', so be it. But try telling that to the 97% who would find your apples and oranges distinction more akin to mental mas----ation when virtually all potential candidates at Fraud U. never get to sit for the exam that uses its par NCLEX pass rates as a sickening ploy to relentlessly recruit and deceive the uninitiated.

If the BONs of the world WERE to do their JOB and shut down loan mills like this, then, and only then, would they be 'fairly regulated" and honestly regulating, for that matter.

Students and Parents and Vets Beware!!!

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-dzbm

I think the point is for graduates NCLEX does matter. I get the point on graduation rates, don’t get me wrong but if we are talking about the exam as a modality to evaluate graduates, which was the origin of the post, then yes it is a regulatory mechanism for all schools. Does it matter with these grad rates? No. Two different arguments

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-dlkv

@ZskoIhD-cvkv Appreciate the citation. Let's together look at it using a bit of critical analysis?

"Board of nursing (BON) approval of registered nurse (RN) education programs is vital for protecting the public (sure is). The purpose of BON program approval is to ensure the program comprehensively covers the knowledge and skills that students will need to be licensed as an RN and to practice safely and competently as new graduate nurses (I agree). Most states require BONs to approve a nursing program before it is open for enrollment and then monitor all programs on an ongoing basis fair enough). This article presents key regulatory components of RN education programs, discusses the BON approval process of RN education programs, and identifies challenges and ideas for future consideration."

To summarize the above's key points:

  1. "...BONs are vital for protecting the public: This is especially true when the failure factory, South Fradaversity, has a graduation rate of 3% as recently reported on collegescorecard.gov. ( Begs the question: so what's going on at the loan mill failure factory? Not much student protection at the Fradaversity. Call the BONs! They'll regulate that problem. Just give them a little time.

2 "...Most states require the BONs to approve a nursing program before it is open for enrollment..."

With a 3% graduation rate the BON's approval for the Fraudaversity nursing program appears a bit ill considered in approving a program at the fraud factory that educates, I forget who. (3%). They maybe could revisit that approval, no?

  1. "...the BONs monitor all nursing programs on an ongoing basis..." Except maybe (we forgot) at the Fraudaversity (3% grad rate). They must have been sick that day.

  2. [ the article] "...identifies challenges and ideas for future consideration..." (HA!) You're in good hands with ALL FRAUD U.

  3. The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) develops the NCLEX exam to test the competency of [nursing school graduates] in the U.S. and Canada. ( key here is 'graduates.') Statistically they are as rare as unexploited Fradaversity student.

So Shillford, How much do they pay you to deny, deflect and delay the inevitable. Although the NCSBN may have a hand in developing the NCLEX (scary), they do not dictate which subset of the 3% of South Fraudaversity Graduates actually gets to sit for the exam. (not 'regulated', maybe should be though.)

But that (3%) absolute disgrace is solely in the hands of the corrupt Fradaversity (with the help of the shamefully indifferent, incompetent and most likely venal BONs ,of course)

Any more shilly questions?

*Students Beware!!! Don't give the grifters your loan money---EVER!

*After all, which part of the 3% do you want to be?

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-chce

https://www.journalofnursingregulation.com/article/S2155-8256(17)30178-3/pdf

Not gaslighting

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-cvkv

Including or excluding the multitude of states they are not permitted to recruit in?

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-blaw

@ZskoIhD-bxts

Define 'regulate?' and I promise to refrain from calling you a gaslighting id--t.

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-btry

Again though what state BONs are not regulating this?

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-bxts

Still trying to justify that place staying open and dismissing actual statistics as conspiracy theories? ok

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-bpln

Go away dude. Making up conspiracy theories in your parent’s basement is so 2011. Get a life and focus your attention on getting a job.

The real reporter (the guy from the Republic) did more in 3 months of reporter than you’ve done in the last 10 yrs. At this point, I’m embarrassed for you every time I see your name on this blog.

Still bitter about not being hired by EDMC years ago?

You’re the worst.

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-amsb

State BONs don't 'regulate' the South Fradaversities. But if they did 'regulate' this scam factory you could kiss its big fat fraud keister in the sky goodbye. The Wall Street vultures have known this lack of regulatory weakness all along and find the lack of any standards of behavior or positive work product right up their respective scamalicious alimentary canals.

Something to do with the May '19 collegescorecard.gov reported 3% graduation rate?

Numbers don't look good but over a relatively short period of time word of mouth alone will make them worse after which the students and faculties will be left stranded and dumped as usual.

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-acgg

what states are not?

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-9hfk

@ZskoIhD-3gwl, "fairly regulated" by whom, the state nursing boards? If so, what states are doing a decent job of ensuring that the school is not ditching students in the last semester?

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-5lft

This is fairly regulated, clearly not a concern

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-3gwl

@ZskoIhD-nyu, I hear you. Other subprime colleges have been doing the same thing by not letting their students take the NCLEX unless they are sure to pass.

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Post ID: @ZskoIhD-wbt

Why NCLEX? Just one more disembodied data point that does not come close to telling the full tale at South Fraudaversity. The NCLEX pass rates at these failure factories are often competitive with other truly reputable schools and are frequently cited by fraudsters to prop up/sell their nursing programs where the majority of the relentlessly recruited initial nursing cohort drops out for one reason or another and never graduates thus making those potential candidates ineligible to take the exam.

As you know it's a numbers racket and by your own reckoning those numbers are dwindling, and rightfully so.

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