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Passed my WREB and written boards. Paid for my state license and jurisprudence. 3 weeks before graduation had a confrontation with instructor. Did not get my diploma. Passed all requirements, Wreb, and boards. However was withdrawn from last semester and not granted a diploma. (And all my requirements were ripped out from under me)



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Unless you put a patient, classmate, faculty member, or yourself at risk or in a dangerous situation than fight for your rights! I had a few girls in my class that this happened to, and somehow just by questioning and fighting it, they were allowed back in. Some did some pretty crazy things as well!! [Administering LA without instructor watching, scaling on client taking Warfarin AND aspiring without knowing prior INR… just really bad things that are mind-blowing bad if you’re in school!!] In all of these instances, each girl made it through, have passed boards and are now licensed. Don’t be afraid to fight! Without questioning, they will not pursue you with the solution you wish to have.

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What was the confrontation? Hire a lawyer…..have lawyer talk to college and program director.

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