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Taking care of you amid COVID-19: We are laser-focused on the health and safety of all our students and staff, without compromising the quality of your experience when you in school. We are adhering to protocols and measures as recommended by the state and local government authorities, and health experts to maximize the effectiveness of our response.
Best Care College is screened at the beginning of each day to ensure they are showing no signs of the Coronavirus. Staff will not be permitted to work if they are displaying symptoms of COVID-19.
All students and staff wear face masks are required to maintain a distance from each other- avoiding handshakes and close contact during the ride.
We are sanitizing and disinfecting every classroom before and at the end of each lecture.
We are highly encouraging every student and staff to stay home when they experience or have known symptoms of the Coronavirus such as cough, fever, chills.
We will continue to monitor any change in guidelines and recommendations from local and state government authorities and health experts to ensure that we are providing the safest environment to our staff and students, in addition to the highest quality of standard that our students have come to appreciate over the years.
"For our 2021 rankings of LPN programs, the research team at Nursing Schools Almanac compiled an extensive database of student performance on the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN). Aspiring practical nurses in the United States must pass this examination before they may commence practice. Thus, student performance on the NCLEX-PN exam provides an excellent benchmark for comparing the relative quality of practical nursing programs.
We used our database to calculate each program’s NCLEX-PN pass rate among first-time test-takers. This is the standard program assessment metric reported by the New Jersey Board of Nursing and the test’s administrator, Pearson Vue. Whenever possible, we calculated this first-time NCLEX-PN pass rate over an extensive period of time, typically the past eight years of student performance. We then used this metric to rank all of New Jersey’s LPN programs accordingly."
#4: Best Care College
68 South Harrison Street
East Orange, NJ 07018
NCLEX-PN pass rate among first-time test-takers: 89.4%
Average number of LPN students graduating annually: 38
Data analyzed: Calendar years 2013 through 2020