NJ Campus

  1. Hi everyone! I am thinking about signing up for chamberlain college at their new jersey campus, is anyone else enrolling? Also, I was wondering what people think of the education they received from this school, all of the posts I have been reading are a few years old and I was wondering about something more recent. Thanks
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  3. by   Ale0417
    Hello! I just got accepted for the BSN program starting during the fall. Did you start in May? If so, how do you like it? I am a bit nervous because I have read mixed reviews and it is pretty expensive. Thanks
  4. by   beeayem
    I am nervous too because of the price, but I am also starting in the fall! Just registered for my classes.
  5. by   beeayem
    I read the mixed reviews as well, but I talked to a couple older nurses that I know and they all told me that as long as we are able to take the N-CLEX when we finish school then it doesn't matter where we went. Did you make your schedule yet?
  6. by   Kareema1218
    Hey guys! I'll be starting the fall semester @ the NJ campus. I've heard from a few nurses that I know that the school is great and produces good nurses. One in particular, her family member went to a campus in the south somewhere and did well. I have my fingers and toes crossed and clutching my purse ( EXPENSIVE) Lol... Good luck!
  7. by   Kary85
    Hi! I was planning to apply to this school for the nursing program but idk it'd they have evening classes.. Does anyone know anything. I'd really appreciate any information!

    thanks and good luck!
  8. by   Ladybug993
    Hello all... Am currently in the program but in Texas
  9. by   SopranoKris
    I'm doing the online RN-to-BSN program. Getting ready to start the 4th week of the 8 week session. So far, so good. NR 351 is pretty easy.
  10. by   sallycoxy
    How was the Hesi A2 exams? @@ Kareema1218
  11. by   nursetobe93
    Quote from sallycoxy
    How was the Hesi A2 exams? @@ Kareema1218
    Just took mine about a week ago..they were very simple. The exam was at a very basic level. The incorrect grammar sticks out like a sore thumb, and the vocabulary is self explanatory for the most part. It helps to have a little medical background, as they do incorporate some light medical jargon into the vocab section. As for math, most of the problems are adding fractions and cross multiplying to solve for x.

    The composite score of english and math is all they care about, but do your best in the other sections as well so they can see your proficiency.

    I recommend getting the reading comprehension section over with first, because my eyes would have gotten tired otherwise and I wouldn't have had as much energy to read the passages/questions. You can complete the test in whatever order you'd like. I recommend doing reading comp first, and then the vocab/grammar sections to finish off the Language Arts portion, then do math, then the science sections that aren't really counted, and then the personality questions at the end because they're fun to do.

    Good luck! I don't think reviewing is necessary unless you have been out of school for over 10-15 years.
  12. by   SRuss
    Hi beeayem are you still attending CCN @ North Brunswick? If so how has your experience been? Do you think you've received a quality education?
  13. by   lngm927
    Hi Everyone. I just got accepted for Fall 2017, my only concern is if I can keep my part time job MWF 9-5. Does anyone know if the nursing courses hours are flexible? I have about 38 credits (science and electives) I am transferring so ill be starting off with the Transition to the Nursing Profession course and other nursing courses. If anyone can help me answer that question, that would be great!!
  14. by   jbrown796
    I just applied for spring semester. I take the HESI exam next week!

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