THOMASVILLE, Ga. — Twelve recent graduates from Southern Regional Technical College’s Associate of Science in Nursing Generic program in Thomasville reported 100 percent passage on their National Council Licensure Examination.
The NCLEX exam is a standardized exam that each state board of nursing uses to determine whether or not a candidate is prepared for entry-level nursing practice.
These students completed coursework in late fall and were pinned in December of 2018. SRTC faculty recently learned that each graduate passed her board exam on the first attempt. This 100 percent first attempt pass rate is a major accomplishment for this program and its students, as that percentage is well above the national average for nursing programs, according to a press release from the college.
Pictured are, first row, Jessica Thompson of Colquitt, Shiela Moser of Boston, Harley Grimm of Berlin, Megan Hornsby of Cairo, and Jaime Nesemeier of Ellijay; second row, Alison Powell of Thomasville, Hannah Hart of Moultrie, Denver Spivey of Hartsfield, and Zoey Arrington of Thomasville; and third row, Satchuell Terrell of Valdosta, Jennifer Reynolds of Thomasville, and Amanda Howell of Omega.
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