CT-CCNP 2018

  1. Hello, is anyone applying between Nov 1st and Feb 1st for the RN program at Three Rivers in Norwich? Anyone want to share your stats? Cant wait!

    Nursing GPA: 3.88
    A&P grade : A
    Teas: 71.3%.
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  3. by   m.asanza
    Hey! I'm not going to be applying to Three Rivers, but I am applying to Capital in Hartford. I can't wait either! My stats are:

    Nursing GPA: 3.81
    A&P 1 Grade: A
    Teas: 84.4%
    An adviser told me my Teas grade is good, but also said to try and get a higher grade just to make me more competitive. I might be retaking it.
  4. by   xFutureNurse
    Hey,

    I want to apply to NVCC in November.

    Current stats are:

    Anatomy & Physiology I - A
    Current GPA: 3.80
    TEAS: Pending

    I'm taking my TEAS on 11/10/17 and I am so nervous. Does anyone have any pointers or tips for the TEAS?
  5. by   xFutureNurse
    Is the TEAS difficult? What subjects was it heaviest with?
  6. by   xFutureNurse
    Quote from m.asanza
    Hey! I'm not going to be applying to Three Rivers, but I am applying to Capital in Hartford. I can't wait either! My stats are:

    Nursing GPA: 3.81
    A&P 1 Grade: A
    Teas: 84.4%
    An adviser told me my Teas grade is good, but also said to try and get a higher grade just to make me more competitive. I might be retaking it.
    Your TEAS score is great!
  7. by   trose17
    What are your thoughts on capital vs. Three rivers. Both are 30 minutes from my house. Are they both day programs? I know clinical can be within an hr of the college, I'm just torn right now which I should apply to...
  8. by   xFutureNurse
    Quote from trose17
    What are your thoughts on capital vs. Three rivers. Both are 30 minutes from my house. Are they both day programs? I know clinical can be within an hr of the college, I'm just torn right now which I should apply to...
    Based on what I've heard Capital is a very great school, but it's very competitive and they get a high volume of applicants. I don't know much about Three Rivers, but I seen in the CT-CCNP 2017 thread there were a lot of applicants getting in rather than waitlisted.
  9. by   m.asanza
    TEAS 6 Advice (Questions Welcome)

    Just found this thread, it's very helpful. All I would add is to make sure you know the endocrine system very well. Don't let your nerves get the best of you and eat a decent meal before you go to take your test.

    Is NVCC the college that has the 18 month program?
  10. by   m.asanza
    Thank you!
  11. by   m.asanza
    I don't know much about Three Rivers, but like xFutureNurse said, Capital is very competitive and yes both are day programs. I've only heard great things about Capital's program. It's my primary choice since I live only 15 minutes away. I'm still not sure which school I'm choosing as my secondary choice.

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