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- Mar 1 by jsr210I just got back into the Maricopa nursing pool for the CEP
- Mar 1 by fitzfam2009JSR210---replied to your PM
- Apr 7 by jjanousFor those accepted for CEP fall 2013 do you know when orientation will be? I Have completed my background check but not sure if I should register for a CPR class now or wait till I get the packet?
- May 8 by donovasujjanous,
Orientation at GCC is on July 10th. You can take your CPR anytime between now and then. Those of us who started this last Spring semester are excited for you all to start! Congrats and see you in July!
- May 13 by heymissladieI never did an application, yet I had an admissions person e-mail me saying for me to attend a session this month. He said I could just show up and see what it was all about, then figure out what I needed to do to get in.
- May 13 by fitzfam2009Quote from heymissladieHiI never did an application, yet I had an admissions person e-mail me saying for me to attend a session this month. He said I could just show up and see what it was all about, then figure out what I needed to do to get in.
Do they want you to attend the Information session? Once you go to one of those I believe they are good for about a year. Are you trying to apply for the CEP program?
- Jul 13 by Nasim95Hi everyone! I was just wondering what suggestions anyone may have about studying for the Hesi exams! What methods did you guys use? How rigorous is the exam?
Also, I would really appreciate knowing how long it took most of you to receive your acceptance letters to the CEP/NAU cohort! Thanks!
- Sep 23 by freckles 98At this point, are there any people with 3.0 or close GPA's getting into the CEP program? I'm hearing the lowest GPA's that get in are around a 3.5. I am applying in February to start in the summer of 2013 and want to see what the competition is. Thanks!
- Sep 23 by dtoast861I think it all depends on how many people apply to each program at one time. My understanding is that they rank order the applicants by GPA and HESI scores, then go down the list and place people from highest to lowest preference. So if there are fewer applicants during a cycle for a particular program, then you might have a higher chance of getting in. That being said, I don't think 3.0 is extremely competitive, so if you are set on getting into the program and don't get in this cycle, think about retaking a class or two - NAU lets you calculate the retake into your GPA while ASU does not.
- Sep 25 by wildlingHi freckles! If I applied to the CEP program right now I would have a 3.17. I plan on taking one, maybe two courses that would knock my gpa up to 3.5/3.6 ish if I do not get in. I saw some people posting that they had lower gpas (around 3.10) and still got into the program. So there's always chance!