Quote from jennifer23
I am looking at starting in March as well. I only have 9 classes to take to graduate. What are your thoughts on Chamberlain? I have heard it is writing intensive but do you know how difficult they grade the papers? I am not a great writer but I want my BSN. I dont line the cost of the program but I like that I can have it done quick.
Has anyone done the Econ Class? I am a little apprehensive about this as well.
Last question, if I sign the enrollment agreement I am not tied in to finish the program, right? I am always hesitant when people want things signed and returned so quickly!!
In regards to the papers/essays, each instructor grades differently, so that all depends on whom you get. I am in the fourth semester, so far, no papers needed. It's the beginning that you have a bunch to write, including the NR222 course.
I would read the enrollment agreement. You are not entitled to completing school, but you will not get your enrollment fee refunded. Also, if you enroll, start classes, and then drop out later... You are obligated to pay back any student loans you have taken out, regardless of whether or not you have finished the program.
My advice to pre-nursing students is that if you are not 100% devoted, committed, motivated, and ready to have your world formed around school.... Then I do not recommend nursing school
. It is difficult and there is no easy way around it, through it, or anything... except to just strap on your boots and stomp through it like everyone else!
I wish you luck when you start in March! It's awesome education, though!