Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, GA - page 118

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has anyone attended or is currently attending chamberlain college of nursing in atlanta? if so, how is it? any info would be greatly appreciated. i am currently attending a technical college and have done all of my pre requisites... Read More


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    Thx for yr reply except I'm trying for Sept not May. Which means if I apply now I have to take the Hesi now and I can't study for that right now. how was the Hesi by the way? How long did u study? What did u use to study with?

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    Quote from Nurse2b7337
    Thx for yr reply except I'm trying for Sept not May. Which means if I apply now I have to take the Hesi now and I can't study for that right now. how was the Hesi by the way? How long did u study? What did u use to study with?

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    The HESI was fairly easy for me being that I just finished school to become an LPN last April. So all the math( which was pretty much basic) and the reading and comprehension, the anatomy and physiology, and biology was pretty much review for me.. I didn't do any studying but I did see people with a HESI exam textbook when I went to take my test. I passed with an 87 on the first try. But good luck and I really advise you to go ahead and start the process. The HESI covers basic material, you'll do fine!!!
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    Quote from Nurse2b7337
    Thx for yr reply except I'm trying for Sept not May. Which means if I apply now I have to take the Hesi now and I can't study for that right now. how was the Hesi by the way? How long did u study? What did u use to study with?

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    Since your in school now it should not be hard for you. Like she said it is fairly easy. I had to review over math just to make sure I set up equations the right way. They only pull your grade from math, English, and comprehension I believe. The science isn't included in your score.
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    Thx everyone!

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    I am taking NR-222 with Professor ******* online and PSYC-285N with Professor ******** online starting in the March session. I was curious as to what to expect in these classes? What do I need to know in order to pass both, especially NR-222?
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    NR-222 is OK I would say read your book. Answer and read all content questions for the chapters assigned before taking the exams. The content questions help out a lot for the exams. I just finished that class for the January session and i made a 90. The exams are NCLEX styled so that may be something to get used to. Overall its a good class and sets the foundation for health assess, fundamentals, and patho which I am taking for March.
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    I am taking NR 222 too would the content questions in the book help a lot as you are saying?

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    NR-222 is OK I would say read your book. Answer and read all content questions for the chapters assigned before taking the exams. The content questions help out a lot for the exams. I just finished that class for the January session and i made a 90. The exams are NCLEX styled so that may be something to get used to. Overall its a good class and sets the foundation for health assess, fundamentals, and patho which I am taking for March.
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    I got a letter and call saying I am in and need to start pre-enrollment, I was just wondering why does it take so long to get a pre-enrollment appointment?
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    Quote from Nurse Blessed
    I got a letter and call saying I am in and need to start pre-enrollment, I was just wondering why does it take so long to get a pre-enrollment appointment?
    They may have a high number of people they are accepting. When I get my call I had my appointment set up for the week after. This was back in December.
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    And congratulations Nurse blessed.
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