How likely am I to get into St. Vincent's College in Bridgeport, CT - page 2
by helennnxo, ASN, RN | 15,441 Views | 36 Comments
Hello! I am currently a student at SCSU as a psych major and I just applied to St. Vincent's college for the upcoming spring semester. I am extremely concerned as to if I am going to get in. My current GPA is a sad 2.68 (I am... Read More
- 0Oct 11, '11 by CT Pixie, ASN, RNLucky you. I noticed my stuff sitting right here...
also info and sample questions regarding the placement test can be found at
I used the last link more than the others.
- 0Oct 11, '11 by helennnxoThank you so much! I really appreciate it! And yeah, I think it's a pretty good sign as well. I can't wait to just get the test out of the way and get accepted
and thanks for the sites! I'm looking on them now and they seem really helpful. I just need to remember the basics and I should be all set.
- 0Oct 27, '11 by sephilli88Hi there!
Quick question. Since you're going through the whole application process right now.....
The website I noticed is kind of vague as to what needs to be turned in for the application. I filled out and submitted my application today. I already have a bachelors degree from another school. I'm assuming I need to send in my transcripts? or should I wait to receive some sort of letter from them?
- 0Oct 27, '11 by CT Pixie, ASN, RNYou need to send in the application and the app fee. You also need to have your transcripts sent from all colleges you've attended. Don't wait on getting the transcripts sent. Your app won't be considered complete and therefore won't be taken to the Admissions committee until ALL required things are there.
Sadly, you can only transfer 18 credits toward the nursing program. However, if you decide to go on and get your RN to BSN, you can transfer in more.