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- Aug 15 by Rnlaoshi jem909, thank you so much for your infors. I am number 11 on the waiting list at capital cc. it sucks. i went to met the adviser there on last monday. He told me " the waiting list is over" I have 0% to get in this fall semester. Also, he wants me to retake the teas test again, that is my issue. All of my courses are A or A-, but my Teas test that pulls me down.
Could you clarify to me please if you don't mind, I want to know and understand about it sooo bad. Am I have a chance to get in some of another colleges, or that's over. I really, don't get it. I work in a place, that have many nurses who graduated from the capital. They told me, they have to wait for few years (3-4years). But why, when i ask the adviser in that day, he said no. I have to get ready to reapply to the application again on the fall semester 2014-15.
I hate this system, I would like to know about this better. I'm soooo new to this field. If someone know better about this, please let me know. Appreciate that.
- Aug 15 by JaRoJoCTNAM2bRN: I don't know where you are on the waitlist, but I just wanted you to know that I have given up my seat at Gateway. I just didn't think I belonged. I hope that you get my spot, and good luck.
- JaRoJoCt: thanks for the information. They said all seats were filled for this year. I'm gonna apply again this November. When you say you gave up your seat was there something wrong with Gateway? I was also going to apply to Bridgeport Hospital.
- Aug 15 by JaRoJoCTNAM2bRN: No...Gateway is perfect! They really want you to succeed. I wish that I felt differently, but during the 3 day orientation, I couldn't shake the feeling that I didn't belong there...it's hard to explain.
- JaRoJoCT: I am glad to hear they want people to succeed. I'm sure nursing school is very overwhelming and maybe that was what you were feeling. I'm sure it was a lot of information to take in. I hope you find the right nursing program that will workout. Best of luck to you.
- Aug 15 by jan286I don't believe the readmission information talked about previously is correct. It says in the nursing handbook that you are only eligible for readmission if you have successfully completed NUR 101...so, the student wouldnt be readmitted into NUR 101...they would be readmitted further down the road. If a student fails NUR 101 they re-apply during the next application period and get ranked along with everyone else. Those open seats you guys are seeing could be recently called/accepted students who don't have their finances in order quite yet to register and pay fees/tuition, or it could be for LPN students who did not pass the bridge course, so have to enter into NUR 101 instead of 201. I have heard that most of the colleges will call students even on the first day of class.
Also-I would recommend that you try to take micro now either way. I just did it over the summer so I did not have to take it with NUR 101. It was tough (fast paced), but definitely do-able. Probably not any more time consuming than the nursing classes will be. I was putting off taking Micro as long as I could (dreading it) and when registration for this past spring semester opened, I didn't have power and the classes filled up. I wasn't left with any choice but to take it over the summer because taking with NUR 101 and being successful in both did not seem realistic to me...LOL
Then, if you end up not getting off the waitlist this year, you have Micro out of the way so you have nothing to worry about next year!
- I have taken all pre-reqs. I only have nursing courses left. In the meantime all I can do is take classes towards my BSN. I'm going to apply in November for next fall.Last edit by NAM2bRN on Aug 15
- Aug 31 by toonsisJust curious why does Capital have so many open seats so far?