Anyone on here apply to City College Nursing program winter 2013 with a start date of fall 2014?? I applied in November and I heard they are sending out acceptance letters in February. The waiting game is killing me!!
I'm applying to grossmont this coming February 18th to get in for Fall 2014... I live down the street from Grossmont so that would be ideal for me... I also applied to National University. I pray I get into one of those schools! Do you mind sharing your TEAS score?? I studied my butt off for a few months and got %80. I feel like so many people have higher scores! Do you know anything about what the lowest points City or Grossmont took for previous semesters??
I'm not too far from Grossmont either. I don't know anything about the range of points from previous semesters. So, you are applying for the ADN? I'm an LVN and have applied to the LVN-RN step-up programs. I got a 70. I probably should've waited to take it. I purchased the book to review but I scheduled the test about a week after my microbiology final. So, not a lot of devoted study time and it showed. However, I figured my Vet status and work experience (10 years as an LVN) would make up for the score I lacked on my TEAS. Grossmont has a policy that if not enough LVNs apply then they will not admit any. So that was the explanation I received this past application period. I've thought about National and West Coast University but I really don't want to take on any debt. I'm waiting to hear from City and if I don't get in there, then I will seriously consider a private institution.
I got my acceptance letter today for SD City Nursing and I am soooooo excited!! I applied to National University and Grossmont College but I won't hear from them for 1-3 months, but I am ecstatic I am accepted and starting somewhere this year!
I'm not sure what you are asking... NU was going to make it harder? After the cohort 39 (the cohort I just applied to Start date of July 2014) they added more Pre-req classes in order to apply and graduate.
Thanks Tahiti!! I am very excited that I was accepted at SD City! I originally was only going to apply to NU but didn't want to put all my eggs in one basket. I am seriously considering the CC route to save money (a TON of money) and then do an online RN to BSN program. I didn't realize how many there are!! I just can't wait to start any program. I feel truly blessed