Quote from Amal_559
Thanks for replying.
I don't have any classes to transfer. This is all new to me but I am determined, and yeah I guess it would be the generic entry, is that a ASN or BSN course? I'm hoping financial aid could help me out and not sure if they reward those who go for the Bachelor Degrees
. I bet it's pretty pricey there as well. Any suggestions on how to study for the TEAS? I "REALLY" rather not go to a big university or campus like Fresno State/City College, plus I heard they have a long waiting list for RN's?? Any Advice is appreciated.
Hey, I'm in the RN program at national (cohort 9 - fresno). Wanted to say that yes it's a BSN and while its good to start studying for the teas early, I would suggest waiting until you've actually taken the A&P, Micro classes so you have a better understanding of the material. For study manuals, the ATI TEAS V and McGraw Hill are best in my opinion.
I also looked into Fresno state and city but decided on NU because it doesn't have a wait list or lottery system and unlike City, it's BSN with WASC and CCNE accreditation. I'd say if you'll be doing all your pre-reqs and the BSN at NU your looking at somewhere near 45,000~ The best thing to do is take some of the classes like sociology, English, public speaking, etc during a semester at community and transfer them. Only take ILR, A&P, and Micro with them if you have to, it will save you money.
Sorry for any spelling mistakes, typing away on an iPad.