BHSN: Applying to Bridgeport Hosp for Fall 2012 - page 12

Hey everybody, That time of year is coming soon... Anyone else out there applying to BHSN this fall? Best of luck to all! :up:... Read More

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    Guys, Can i remind you for your own safety don't post phone numbers on the forum, who knows who will get hold of it. Once you have 15 posts you can send pms

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    Congratulations to everyone! Just found out that I was accepted into BHSN during my week long vacation. Can't wait to get things on the roll (:
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    Congrats! Ill be graduating in Dec! Feel free to pm with any ?s
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    Allforthekidds....what did you end up doing last fall? are you currently going to nvcc or bhsn? I need to know what the fall 2012 schedule for bhsn was so i can compare it to capital...need to decide which program. having much difficulty...3 kids come first...lmk how everything went for you...thanks.
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    I can help with the Fall schedule. All schedules for BHSN vary on the course. Usually in Level I it's 2 clinical days a week for about 3-4 hours (mornings 8-12pm or evenings 5-9pm) depending on the program type you were accepted for.

    Also, the lecture days are twice a week (varies on day) from about 8am-4:00pm the latest. You will have one lab day (mornings or evenings) depending on the program type again and it's usually about 2-3 hours long (some are shorter depending on topic being discussed). You will have simulation lab days which are on your off day but you choose the time you want to sign up for and come in, this also applies to any competencies you are required to pass.

    Hope this helps! I took this off of the Nursing 101 schedule, again, it varies depending on course being taken. You need to be flexible with your schedule to accommodate all the clinical hours, etc because BHSN does have double the state requirement which contributes to their HIGH NCLEX success rates and experience.

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    Thank you, Jeana18. Very helpful.

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