Has anyone attending chamberlain college of nursing taken a nutrition proficiency exam that way they can jump over that class without having to take it? I am thinking about taking it. Please share your thoughts and experiences.
I just got accepted today and my adviser told me to take the profiency test. Sorry I don't have any insight into it for you, but I'm following in case anyone chimes in!
is this for the BSN or the RN-BSN entry requirement? I'm asking because I was thinking about taking nutrition at a CC to save some $$ and not take it at Chamberlain.
Their nutrition class is considered a nursing class so they wont transfer nutrition classes without a profiency exam I think. Mine is for the BSN program.
My advisor told me that the nutrition class here at chamberlain is pretty heavy so to study in depth before the proficiency exam. Good luck to us both!
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