Chamberlain College of Nursing in Atlanta, GA - page 66
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... Read More
Quote from REECIEcup19@ REECIEcup19 I don't think any online classes are left. Thanks so much.I took all of those my first session in September and you will have a busy session! Health & Wellness and Patho is a lot of reading and studying. Are you taking them on campus or online? I took both on campus. I'm not sure who's teaching it in January though. I'll inbox you about teachers.
Dec 13, '12 by akilah530Quote from ivy_ricaI'm taking Patho 1 in Jan. I took transitions my instructor was cool. It's an easy class though instructor really does not matter in my opinion.Is there anyone taking Transitions, Health and Wellness, and Patho 1 ? Also, if anyone has already taken it what instructor(s) are recommended? Any help is appreciated Thanks!
Quote from akilah530@akilah If you don't mind, Who did you take for Transitions and who are taking for Patho 1?I'm taking Patho 1 in Jan. I took transitions my instructor was cool. It's an easy class though instructor really does not matter in my opinion.
Does anyone know how many times they give you to re-take a course such as Pharm? I'm asking because some schools have minimal re-takes or testing per class? Also, is Chamberlain using the ATI testing (NCLEX EXAM REVIEW)? Any help is appreciated Thanks!
Dec 13, '12 by REECIEcup19Quote from ivy_ricaI think you can only retake a class once.Does anyone know how many times they give you to re-take a course such as Pharm? I'm asking because some schools have minimal re-takes or testing per class? Also, is Chamberlain using the ATI testing (NCLEX EXAM REVIEW)? Any help is appreciated Thanks!
Dec 14, '12 by ivy_ricaDoes the school have a library? I don't remember seeing one for the tour.
Dec 14, '12 by REECIEcup19Quote from ivy_ricaYea there's a libraryDoes the school have a library? I don't remember seeing one for the tour.
Dec 14, '12 by mtngal77I'm interested in pursuing the 2nd Degree BSN in 2013. I would love to hear from current students about this program. Additionally, if there are any military folks participating. My husband is active-duty with the USAF. We are currently stationed in England will be in Montgomery, AL July 2013 for 1-year. Looking at communting from Montgomery to Atlanta for this program... Hybrid is a plus for the long-distance commuter! Dont' know where we'll be stationed after Montgomery, but I GREATLY appreciate that this is a "military friendly college". I sent an email inquiry yesterday and will plan to hopefully follow-up with a phone call today.
1. Are the ACT/SAT and A2 Admissions Assessment waived for the Second Degree BSN program?
2. Enroll at anytime? No prereq's?
3. Are they good with transfering prior courses taken?
4. Depending on program schedule, I'd plan to commute from AL to Atlanta (closest site). Is this feasible? How often are labs/clinicals?
5. NCLEX pass rate with this program?
6. I understand this program (BSN) "varies by location"? Not offered at all locations listed on the website? My husband and I are discussing where he could potentially be stationed in the U.S (if we remain stateside after AL) and therefore it is important to know what other locations this program is offered.
7. If the program is 3.25 semesters. How does the semester system work with their 8/16 week schedules? How long does it typicaly take to complete this program (2nd degree)? 1.5 years?
Dec 14, '12 by akilah530Quote from ivy_ricaI sent u a private message
@akilah If you don't mind, Who did you take for Transitions and who are taking for Patho 1?
Dec 14, '12 by ivy_ricaQuote from akilah530@akilah530 I responded to your messageI sent u a private message
Dec 15, '12 by Nursejones35Hello,
My name is Lisa and I am in the process of taking the exam for the nursing program at Chamberlin College. I am very nervous about but excitied about it at the same time. Could someone who has already and recently took the test give me a few pointers so that I could pass the test? I am currently studying the assessment admission book and the pass 2 times that I have taken it, I missed it by 2 points. However, I heard that Chamberlin does there point system differently. If im not mistaken, they go on a average score. What are the 2 main topics that I need to study and focus on for the enterance test?
Dec 15, '12 by slangley09i take my test on monday the 17th and apparently they only take into consideration your math and english scores. they take the average of the two and that average needs to be at or above 75. i would def say above 75. for math everyone says to study conversions ratios and percentages. maybe fractions as well. me personally i have been doing the whole book but mainly focusing on the math. the stuff in the book is pretty straight forward and im assuming the test is just like that.
Dec 15, '12 by RayrayhaasQuote from Teah8177Ah ok thank you! Did you pay $6000 out of pocket for the whole program though? Or a semester?
I am getting a lot of help from scholarships which really help. There is a lot of money out there it's just all about applying.