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- Mar 20 by HelenaHandbasket3-4 pts is a lot for a student. I'm surprised. In the beginning of my last semester of LPN school it was rare for anyone to get 2 pts on an assignment. Towards the end it was routine to have the top students take 2 pts and rare that they would get 3 pts. That was on a Med-Surg floor though. We were constantly leaving the unit to go to testing or surgery with our patients so juggling 2 was difficult and managing 3 was a real challenge. Realistically, I love it when my patients are off the unit! It gives me a chance to get caught up and check in with my more stable patients. Thank goodness we don't have to go with them everywhere they go!!!!
- Mar 20 by jmc10I'm glad I read this- I didn't realize about the acceptance "letters" this year... I would have been going crazy in April!! I am just as crazy as you are- I check all day long to see if my GPA has been calculated. All of my reqs are showing as met, which is a relief. But I'm still worrying all day and every day. My hubby was like, I thought you would be calm by this point since it's mid-March but I think I am going to be on edge until mid-April!!
- Mar 21 by jan286What do you mean "deadline for re-admit/transfers"?
- Mar 22 by CT PixieRe-admits are probably people who took time off for whatever reason (medical, maternity, personal reasons etc) as well as those who may have previously failed a class and are now being re-admitted b/c the class is now available for the person to retake.
Transfers being just that, students who are transferring over to the school, most likely those who have already completed nursing classes and are not entering the first year courses such as LPN's applying for the LPN to RN bridge, or nursing students from other schools who are transferring out of their current school for whatever reason (moving, dislike of program, etc)
- Mar 22 by july06Readmits are people who have not taken a class at the school for at least 2 years.
- Mar 22 by ORnurseCTCT Pixie explained it perfectly. Each program has a readmission/transfer committee. They decide who can be re-admitted, accept or deny transfers in or out from other CT CC's. It's for any student that drops or failed a course. I've seen students fail and return the next semester and some fail and be denied immediate readmission. A lot are medical and are usually right back in the next semester.
- Mar 22 by july06Oh you meant readmission into the nursing program. I thought you meant readmission into the school.
- Mar 22 by jan286I thought anyone re-applying would get thrown into the pool with the rest of us if they are starting at the beginning. Anyone transferring into the nursing program would not be competing for a spot in NU 101, so that shouldn't affect us. Man, I wish it was April already!!! This wait is killing me! LOL
- Mar 22 by CT PixieQuote from jan286If they are re-applying because they didn't get in with their last application, they would be in the pool with the rest of the applicants.I thought anyone re-applying would get thrown into the pool with the rest of us if they are starting at the beginning. Anyone transferring into the nursing program would not be competing for a spot in NU 101, so that shouldn't affect us. Man, I wish it was April already!!! This wait is killing me! LOL
But if they are 're-applying' due to a failure of a previous class (people do fail 101) or after coming back from a leave of absense, they would probably be considered over any 'new' applicants who want to be in the same class.
- Mar 22 by RInursingstudentThis feed has been such help to me with wondering when I can expect to hear. I'm an applicant at Three Rivers CC, and hoping to get in on my first try! Good luck everyone!!!