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Chamberlain College Of Nursing- BSN Program in St. Louis - page 7

I was wondering if anyone has been accepted into this program. I just took the HESI and received a 84% and I have 3.235 GPA. Should I be worried that I'm not going to make it in to the program at all?... Read More

  1. Visit  tlwilker profile page
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    Quote from MissDS
    Hello I know this is an old post but how do you ladies feel about Chamberlain now that you have started. Is is a good school? And do you feel like you are getting a quality education. I heard that if you attend Chamberlain you are limited to where you can go for advanced degrees because they in and out of accreditation is this true. I really would appreciate your feedback
    I really like it so far.. I am just starting my second semester and it has been great. I attend the St.louis campus, and they have kept constant accreditation. It's definitely a great school to look at it.
  2. Visit  Kdrenee profile page
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    Quote from tlwilker

    I really like it so far.. I am just starting my second semester and it has been great. I attend the St.louis campus, and they have kept constant accreditation. It's definitely a great school to look at it.
    Hi there!

    I hope you don't mind me asking, but what does you daily schedule look like? What hours do you go to school, and is there an evening or night option? Also, how many days a week do you go to the campus? Sorry, but my advisor isn't much help!!!

    Thanks!
  3. Visit  MissDS profile page
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    Quote from tlwilker
    I really like it so far.. I am just starting my second semester and it has been great. I attend the St.louis campus, and they have kept constant accreditation. It's definitely a great school to look at it.
    Thank you so much for the reply. I have been hearing a lot of mixed reviews but more negative than positive so I am very iffy about Chamberlain. Do the grads from Chamberlain have difficulty finding employment or getting into grad schools. I really want to go to nursing school.
  4. Visit  Mslecia20 profile page
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    I enjoy it and I feel like I am getting a great education because I WORK!! I have multiple assignments and it is fast paced, just have to remember to keep uo. You are NOT limited on where you can go because Chamberlain STL is accredited. That is a rumor that was put out about some of the newer campuses.
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    When first starting you will have to go to at least one class on campus which will be your transitions class that is offered day and evening. Your other classes will vary depending on where you are in the program as far as entering brand new or with transfer credits.
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    Thanks for the info there are a few rumors like some hospitals won't even consider Chamberlain grads and that the instructors are horrible and that once you're in there is no one to help(staff) and that they are very unorganized and teach off of PowerPoint mainly but I do know a few people that have graduated and have jobs now so I was hoping all the negative stuff isn't true because I'm leaning towards Chamberlain. Also is the entrance exam they have you take hard a little nervous about that as well
  7. Visit  MissDS profile page
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    Work as in the hard in the program or job
  8. Visit  tlwilker profile page
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    Quote from MissDS
    Thanks for the info there are a few rumors like some hospitals won't even consider Chamberlain grads and that the instructors are horrible and that once you're in there is no one to help(staff) and that they are very unorganized and teach off of PowerPoint mainly but I do know a few people that have graduated and have jobs now so I was hoping all the negative stuff isn't true because I'm leaning towards Chamberlain. Also is the entrance exam they have you take hard a little nervous about that as well
    The entrance exam isn't awful.. But you should study for it. Focus mainly on math like fractions ratios stuff like that. I have had nothing but amazing help from my teachers and peers so far. I'm in an online statistic help that I have needed some help with and my teacher was amazing with me. I have nothing but good things to say about the STL campus. They also have a stellar relationship with most of not all Stl hospitals for clinicals and jobs after graduation. You will here negative things about almost any program people will always find something.. Or if they don't do particularly well they tend to place blame before looking inward. Just my opinion, but I am definitely impressed with how my education is proceeding.
  9. Visit  tlwilker profile page
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    Quote from Kdrenee

    Hi there!

    I hope you don't mind me asking, but what does you daily schedule look like? What hours do you go to school, and is there an evening or night option? Also, how many days a week do you go to the campus? Sorry, but my advisor isn't much help!!!

    Thanks!
    This semester I'm on campus 2x a week in the morning. The prereq classes and some nursing classes are days and evenings and a lot of online if you like that. I think once the main core nursing classes start they are mainly during the day. I'll find out next semester when I register for that term for sure though. So are you attending the Stl campus?
  10. Visit  MissDS profile page
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    Thanks again well im going to apply to chamberlain as well
  11. Visit  Mslecia20 profile page
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    Just to update now that I am coming close to a year of being enrolled. So far everything has Ben great, my advisor is wonderful and the teachers are awesome. Plenty reading and assignments but not an overload.
  12. Visit  MissDS profile page
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    Well Chamberlain didnt work out for me they wanted me to take all my classes over because they were over five years old I was not willing to do thatj
  13. Visit  FutureRN91 profile page
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    Mslecia20, I am starting the program at Chamberlain College of Nursing this Summer! I was wondering if you could update me on how you like the school and the education. What do you think of the clinicals? Do you have any recommendations or tips for me? Thanks! Good luck!


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