Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, GA - page 41
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
- 0Sep 3, '12 by Ms_PsychDHi Ladies:
I have been following your post for a while now. Congrats again to those who have been accepted and good luck this semester with classes. I am scheduled to meet with my advisor this month to go over my transcripts and schedule my HESI. I have been studying off and on but after taking the TEAS 2 times and the NET once I figure you either know it or you don't. LOL
Please keep us updated on how classes are and the structure of things. I must admit I'm still a little scared since the first matriculation has not taken place in reference to the schools accreditation, however at this point I am past ready to be in a program so I am willing to step out on faith.
Again good luck. And if anyone is anticipating starting in Jan please keep me updated on your progress and I will do the same.
- 0Sep 3, '12 by akilah530Thanks Dee...I will do my best to keep everyone posted on the program. This is something that I hoped other students would do to give us a heads up. I'm sure its gonna get busy and you will see me here venting lol. Good luck with your upcoming test, I'm sure you will do just fine.
- 0Jsayers, did you get NR 101 for tomorrow or its still on Thursday?
Ms_PsychD, welcome lol! The HESI, to me, was pretty easy. I've taken the TEAS before and it was harder in my opinion. I'm a little nervous about the school also. I'll try to keep posting on here when school starts so I can fill everybody in. Good luck with the HESI and everything!
- 0@MS-PsychD, from what I hear, the HESI is way less complicated than the TEAS. I never took the TEAS, but I did really well on the HESI without studying at all lol Just focus on fractions, ratios and converting measurements and you'll do fine! From what I understand, their NCLEX pass rate is better nationally averaged over their campuses (88-93% pass rate) than any GA school - I figure that since they all use the same courses that Atlanta will be no different.
Good luck in your acceptance process!