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- Dec 12, '08 by dmfisher86Hey,
I AM in Chamberlain at Addison, and I will tell you that it is NOT EASY at all. You will be working your butt off. At points, you are going to be done OB/newborn, pediatrics, etc. in 8 weeks, so be prepared to give up your job/friends/time/etc. And no, it's not that easy to get in. In my class alone, they only let in 125 students out of like 600-700 applicants, and they don't offer waiting lists. Either you are in or you are not. They don't mess around over there. Your advisors get on you if you grades slip in the slightest, and the nurses will call you in the office if you get below a certain percentage on your exams. Yes, they just recently opened, but the St. Louis campus is known to be one of the best in that area, and the Addison campus is determined to reach this point as well. They do offer your pre-reqs at the school, so yes, you don't need anything done, but they do look at how you did in high school and any other classes you took in college. Everyone there is willing to help you to succeed. My sister is in a nursing program in Arizona, and I had her check out the website. She gave me her thumbs up. So don't be hesitant. If you are willing to put in the work, I promise you that you are going to get a good education there.
- Dec 16, '08 by MrsIndependentQuote from BashieHi. Do you now of a study guide or website that I could utilize to prepare for the A2 exam? I'm in St Louis and hopefully starting in March 09. Thanks.I took the Teas Test for Chamberlain and it was a basic test of math, english, science, etc. From what my admissions advisor told me, the A2 test is harder, it has harder math, more A&P, etc.
If you do a google search for both tests you can get an idea of their content.
Good luck and I hope this helped.
- Dec 16, '08 by dmfisher86Hi,
I'm not sure that there is a specific study guide that you can use, but I would look at Borders. I know they have study guides for nursing school entrance exams. I did not have to take the A2, so I'm not sure what is on it. I would ask your advisor and then check those guides. I'm sure they can be pretty helpful. Hope this helps!
- Dec 16, '08 by amprincI am waiting to hear if I was accepted. Do you know what the average GPA was for those accepted. I did well on the hesi but my GPA could be better. From what I was told by the addmissions dept. they did not have 600 applicantsthey said around 300.
- Dec 17, '08 by bansplt2Good luck, amprinc!
- Dec 17, '08 by CdG86Hi guys, I would like to know what pre reqs classes you took at another college for it to transfer over to Chamberlain. Right now I'm at Elgin Community College. I have taken English Comp 1 & 2, Intro to Computers, Intro to Psychology and Development, Sociology, and Chemistry. Would the classes I have taken would they transfer over? Plus, should I just take my Anatomy and Phisiology and Microbiology at Elgin instead of Chamberlain. I plan on appying for the BSN prg in Addision.Last edit by CdG86 on Dec 17, '08
- Dec 17, '08 by amprincHas anyone been accepted for March 09 yet? I know bansplt2 was accepted for early admission but I am wondering is anyone else has heard.
- Dec 19, '08 by jackers198711Hey guys. My name is Jackie and I have been a student @ Chamberlain for the last semester and a half. Don't think its so easy! The school is BRAND NEW so competition is still relativley low. Classes are just like all other nursing ciriculum. Its not like you can slack, at least not in your nursing courses. If you do, you're done and there is no questions about it. Its a BSN program, guys! Why the heck would it be easy?? Chamberlain is a very well respected school...its been around for over 100 years and is HUGE in ST.Louis...they just moved out here so its not entirely known yet. So there is no "catch". Its not like its a fake school...And the reason there arent any pre-reqs is bc its strictly a BSN school and you can complete your whole degree there. Its not like you have to be accepted to the school first, take your pre reqs and then apply to a nursing program like you would do at a university. You can come out of high school and take your gen eds there if you want (gen eds are done through devry university though, but they count twoards your chamberlain degree...devry university is partnered with chamberlain) If anybody has any questions about it, just ask!Last edit by jackers198711 on Dec 19, '08
- Dec 19, '08 by jackers198711Thanks for clearing up the "easy" misconception about our school, DMFISHER!!! Why would a BSN program be easy?...HELLO!
- Dec 19, '08 by amprincI can't imagine why people would think that any nursing school would be easy. If nursing school was "easy", nurses wouldn't be as important as they are. Do you know the average GPA's of the people they admit. I am so nervous about getting in.