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Student Applications

Student Applications


Medical Laboratory Technology

  • Electronic Atlas of Hematology

 

NTC-NCLEX RN Review

  • Blood Disorders
  • Cardiovascular
  • Endocrine
  • Essential Concepts
  • Female Reproductive
  • Gastrointestinal
  • Genitourinary
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Neurosensory
  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Pharmacology
  • Psychiatric Nursing
  • Respiratory
  • Test Taking Skills
  • Workbook

 

Opticianry

 

Radiographic Technologies

  • Basics of Digital Imaging
  • Brightness and Contrast
  • Digital Image Quality
  • Exposure to Digital IRs
  • Image Acquisition Challenge
  • Patient Care
  • Physics Challenge
  • Practical Computed Radiography
  • Radiation Protection
  • Radiographic Contrast
  • Radiographic Density
  • Radiographic Quality
  • Radiographic Procedures
  • Recorded Detail and Distortion
  • SimRadExamFour
  • SimRadExamOne
  • SimRadExamThree
  • SimRadExamTwo
  • Special Resolution
  • Cross-Sectional Anatomy
  • Essentials of Radiographic Anatomy

 

RN-Practice Exams

  • NCLEX Review 4000

Test Preparation & Information

Florida Department of Health

License Requirements and Information
 

American Massage Therapy Association

AMTA

Tutor Schedule

Tutor Schedule

*Please note that tutor's availability changes weekly. Tutor schedule is subject to change without notice. Please call the Success Center at  305-237-4034. 

Services

Computers and Technology

We have networked desktop computers
as well as laptops that can be used
within the lab.

Printing and Scanning is available as
as well as the Microsoft Office Suite. 

Study Areas

Areas for individual study are available
on a first come first serve basis.

Whiteboards, markers and office
materials are always available
for student use.

We encourage group interaction
between students and tutors.
For quiet study areas please
consider the Medical Center
Campus Library.  

General Services

  • Part-time tutors
  • Computer assisted tutoring programs
  • Microsoft Office Suite such as Word, Power Point and Excel for classroom assignments
  • Printers and copy machines
  • Group and quiet study areas
  • Internet access
  • Faculty directed remediation