Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, GA - page 50

by Tangerine.atl | 417,959 Views | 2231 Comments

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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    Quote from sharieka alicia
    MissFutureBSN...sorry we don't know anything about MI...we are in Atlanta, GA. Good luck on the hesi tho!
    I know the school is in Atlanta. I plan on relocating to Atlanta from MI. I was asking about recommendations about nice areas and/or apartments to live in near Chamberlain's Atlanta campus
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    Thats really dumb that we cant register ourselves.

    @MissFutureBSN...I'm sorry I misunderstood. There are plenty of places near campus, I live 10 min away. It really depends on your price range.
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    Has there been anyone to be rejected from chamberlain? Or any one you know of?
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    Also...if you have below the cumulative gpa requirement what are your chances of getting in?
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    Quote from ebrooks1013
    Has there been anyone to be rejected from chamberlain? Or any one you know of?
    I know of someone that couldn't get in because of being less than a half of a point on hesi. 74 point something
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    [COLOR=#000000][/COLOR]Hello everyone, Iwas accepted to chamberlain to start in September 3 but I’ve decided to waituntil January to start. I was just wondering has anyone been to clinicals yetjust wanted to know how the clinical rotations work.
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    [COLOR=#000000][/COLOR]Hello everyone, Iwas accepted to chamberlain to start in September 3rd, but I’ve decided to waituntil January to start. I was just wondering has anyone been to clinicals yetjust wanted to know how the clinical rotations work.
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    I was thinking
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    @MissFutureBSN...I'm sorry I misunderstood. There are plenty of places near campus, I live 10 min away. It really depends on your price range.[/QUOTE]


    I was thinking about $700-$800/month. Are Dunwoody and Sandy Springs good places to live?
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    MissFutureBSN, I live in the sandy springs area, 10-15 minutes from the school, I think its a great area. There's plenty of apartments in that price range too.


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