Chamberlain for BSN? - page 2

by starlightmoon | 6,829 Views | 14 Comments

I didn't do too well at my community college. I have been taking prerequisite classes for BSN. Should I try applying at Chamberlain and try again if I get accepted? Or should I try again at the community college I am at. How hard... Read More


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    anyone attending the atlanta campus did anyone not get to start the semester they wanted to? if so y
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    Quote from prettyplay24
    anyone attending the atlanta campus did anyone not get to start the semester they wanted to? if so y
    I start on May 6th....this is the I wanted and got it with no issues .

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    I applied and I'm waiting results from the transcript dept. I hope to stat in may also but I'm going for rn to Bsn. Finance department said all of the book cost were included in the tuition cost, I hope that holds true.good luck to me and you lol
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    I would choose BSN over ADN.
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    Quote from starlightmoon
    Can someone give me advice if I should just go finish my asn in the community college, or transfer for next semester into Chamberlain? Please let me know thank you.
    I would choose BSN over ADN.
    Why would I want to go the ADN route when I will spend about 2 years or more (gwinnett tech) instead of a university where it will take me 3 years or less if you transfer your college credits. I was told that I can transfer up to 70 credit hours, which is the maximum allowed. I will however, take as many classes as I can in my current college to beat down the cost.
    I was also given the Chamberlain 1st year curriculum to work with as an optional prerequisite. This means I will be admitted into the second year and complete my bsn in two years.
    That's enough savings you know?


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