I am currently a student at Auburn University and am wanting to apply for Southern Union's nursing program for Fall 2008. I am not exactly sure how the whole point thing works and plan on visiting an advisor, however can not do this till after spring break, so I was hoping for a little clarification on here simply because I have bad an anxiety and am so afraid I am never going to get into a program.
I have taken EN 101, EN 102, CHEM 104 & 105, BIOL 102, Microbiology, Genetics, MATH 100 & 110, an ethics course, a nutrition class, a statistics course, and am currently enrolled in AP 1. I was wondering exactly what classes they would use for my point system. Obviously Micro, but will they use the AP 1 since I am in it now and what would they use for AP 2? Also any info on taking the COMPASS and what that is all about would be great cause I'm pretty sure my ACT score is over 3 years old.
I was also wondering out of 200 what the average points acceptance has been for the past couple of semesters, how many spots there are, and how often you actually get a spot if you are waitlisted. I know it sounds like I should be applying to the BSN at Auburn, but I missed the deadline and I am not really wanting to take AP 2 on Auburn's campus. I really just wanna get my RN and get myself out there.
I'm also thinking about applying to Troy in Montgomery, so any information or advice on that would be much appreciated. Thanks so much!!