RPN to BScN Bridging 2017

  1. Hi there,

    Just wondering if there were any other RPN to BScN potential students for fall 2017 intake!
    I've received acceptances from George Brown and Centennial but I'm holding out for Mohawk & Conestoga!

    Any one one else have any exciting news or want to share concerts/experiences regarding their application process.

    Thank You!
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  3. by   nemrac93
    HeatherLems, I applied to George Brown, Centennial, and Mohawk about two weeks ago, still have to send in all my paper work. What average did you have in the Practical nursing Program? Just wondering so I can gage if I will get in or not.
    I had just gotten my CPNRE results end of February and decided to go for the bridge. Very last minute, but hopefully I can still get in, the programs are still open as of today.
  4. by   maeo
    Hello @HeatherLems,

    I got into Centennial for Fall 2017 as well, still waiting for MoMac/CoMac (my first choice)! The wait for their acceptances is so long
  5. by   HeatherLems
    Hi @nemrac93
    My grades weren't the highest, I'm sitting at low 80's.
    Hope you hear back soon
  6. by   HeatherLems
    Hi there!
    I couldn't agree more Momac/Comac take forever! Congratulations on your acceptance!������

    Did you apply to George brown?

    I'm still waiting on those McMaster options

    Hope they send out acceptances soon!
  7. by   maeo
    @HeatherLems,

    No I didn't apply to GB, only 3 schools. Congratulations to you on both of your acceptances so far! I read that apparently the McMaster acceptances start to roll-in late April/early May... *fingers crossed* hope we get in + best of luck to you! Either one would be great as it's closer to home, so it will be more beneficial for me, but I'm still fine with Centennial as well Please be sure to update the page if you (or anyone else reading this) got an acceptance, I would love to know when the CoMac/MoMac sent out the offers!
  8. by   anxiouspn
    I've received offers for George Brown, and Centennial's regular and flex program. I'm trying to decide between the three

    I'm looking for the one that has a minimal amount of inclass time because I have no idea what my work schedule is going to be looking like... I'm in an NGG job which is ending in May and I still don't have another job lined up.

    I was trying to look into attending an info session or something but I can't find anything.
  9. by   LisaStone
    For the people who got accepted to the George brown bridge program, what was your average in PN? I'm curious because I will be applying next year.
  10. by   anxiouspn
    Quote from LisaStone
    For the people who got accepted to the George brown bridge program, what was your average in PN? I'm curious because I will be applying next year.

    I had 88%
  11. by   ce nguyen
    Hey guys,
    For your application to Mohawk/McMaster, on the mocomotion website, does your eligibility still say 0 for all 3 requirements? Freaking out a little here lol. Thanks!
  12. by   anxiouspn
    Quote from ce nguyen
    Hey guys,
    For your application to Mohawk/McMaster, on the mocomotion website, does your eligibility still say 0 for all 3 requirements? Freaking out a little here lol. Thanks!
    Call Them.

    Same thing when I applied to Centennial and george brown. It said requirements not met, when I definitely did. Soon as I called them, a couple days later I Received acceptance

    Maybe it was just a coincidence but it can't hurt to push the process along.
  13. by   danothemano
    Hey, guy I was wondering right now im in the flex nursing for rpn, my gpa is only a 2.9, since I have failed a course. I have been looking around for options. If I were to go to U o It would and take there upgrading courses would that help. Plus i'm wondering if taking GNEDS to boost my gpa will work, maybe I can take them prior to graduating from the program. I was wondering because I am interesting in going there but I dont have around a 82 percent, would you guys know of anywhere else except athabaska university that would be good for someone living in the gta, I heard of humber, george brown will accept failed courses if you redo them, however all grades have to be above 75, but for others like nissisping, Im not too sure about this. The thing is I want to take the bridging program at centennial college but i dont know what opportunities that would open for me if i do so, since i cant get into ryerson university, due to my failed class. Thanks guys.
  14. by   maeo
    Hi @ce nguyen,

    Did you end up calling Mohawk to inquire about this-- did they update it? I'm in the same situation lol.

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