PN Grads Achieve 100% Pass Rate
All twenty of College of The Albemarle’s Practical Nursing graduates have passed their NCLEX-PN exam on the first try. The NCLEX-PN stands for National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses. The NCLEX-PN is a computer-administered examination that the nursing graduate must take and pass to be able to practice in the role of a Practical Nurse. NCLEX examinations are designed to test the knowledge, skills and abilities essential to the safe and effective practice of nursing at the entry-level.
College of The Albemarle’s Practical Nursing Class of 2012 includes:
Camden County: Bonnie Furman Gardner and Melissa Ann Mitchell
Chowan County: Ashley Danielle Byrum, Charity Copeland King, Colbi Marie Spruce
Dare County: Courtney Lynn Cahoon, Jacklynn Suzanne Deiss, Winborne Harrell Evans, Cynthia Lynne Neal, Victor Wayne Nobles, and Brandi Serena Surrency.
Pasquotank County: Judy Wynne Ballard, Sade’ Sabella Lewis, Amber Lynn McKinney, Amanda Nicole Songer, Brien C. Spence, and Sheketa Renee White
Perquimans County: Amanda Mosley Byrum and Susan Michelle Martin
Tyrrell: Emily Nicole McNair
Top Row L - R: Jacklynn Deiss, Courtney Cahoon, Cynthia Neal, Susan Martin, Melissa Mitchell, Winborne Evans, and Bonnie Gardner. Middle Row L - R: Victor Nobles, Brandi Surrency, Sheketa White, Ashley Byrum, Charity King and Brien Spence. Bottom Row L - R: Amanda Byrum, Judy Ballard, Colbi Spruce, Amanda Songer, Amber McKinney, Emily McNair, and Sade' Lewis.
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