Connecticut Community Colleges - Applying for 2014 - page 19

by MissCris

I've read through last year's version of this thread 100 times, so I thought I'd start a new one. I'm planning to apply for NCC's 2014 program. I'm taking A&P I right now (A- midterm grade, hoping to make that an A!) and will... Read More


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    I am so frustrated because I got accepted to bhsn and its my second choice. But, since we have not heard yet from community college I needs to send in the $150 bhsn deposit just in case.
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    Quote from MorganEcim
    I am so frustrated because I got accepted to bhsn and its my second choice. But, since we have not heard yet from community college I needs to send in the $150 bhsn deposit just in case.
    Be happy you have one acceptance letter! Some people on here only have one choice....
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    I am extremely thankful for bhsn acceptance, just upset I have to pay $150 to a program I might not go to depending on this decision. Regardless I am grateful
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    Quote from MorganEcim
    I am extremely thankful for bhsn acceptance, just upset I have to pay $150 to a program I might not go to depending on this decision. Regardless I am grateful
    Can you wait until the 21?
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    no it has to be within 10 days of the acceptance letter which I received on the 7th
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    Quote from MorganEcim
    no it has to be within 10 days of the acceptance letter which I received on the 7th
    Bummer. Well, the only up side is, you can claim that amount either way on your taxes! :-)
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    Apr 16 by jules71810
    After reading about everyone's experiences, it seems like nobody gets in the first time they apply. I've pretty much convinced myself that I'm going to be waitlisted. I just want this wait to be over!!!


    jules71710, people do get in the first time - I promise! I applied last year for the first time, and got in (NVCC). Really, the issue is if your scores are there or not, and it doesn't matter how many times you've applied before.

    Generally, when people reapply they do so with better grades. I know people who didn't get in last spring who went right ahead and signed up to retake A&P I in the fall to boost their chances this time around. Of course, you're applying "against" a different group each year, so you might be more or less competitive based on the applicant pool, but don't feel like getting denied is a rite of passage you must go through. You could have that acceptance waiting for you - I hope you do! Best of luck to you and everyone else.
    Last edit by turtlesRcool on Apr 16 : Reason: clarify replying to post
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    Thanks Turtles!!! I don't know how I'm going to make it through this weekend...so stressed!!!!
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    Red wine, maybe?
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    Quote from turtlesRcool
    Red wine, maybe?
    I'm on it!
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