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I just applied to the Delaware Tech RN nursing program for the Stanton campus. I got 19 out of the possible 24 points. Does anyone know the lowest amount of points that has been accepted for clinicals?
I think my GPA was around 3.8 or so, but from what I recall they only consider your ranking sheet when making the decision, which includes the NLN. I'm guessing that you are applying this spring? Do you know the number of points you have? When I started clinicals there were many people who had 17 ranking points, but I also hear that the entire makeup of the program is changing in 2014, including admission requirements.
It has changed. I will be applying in August for placement in Spring 2014 @ the Stanton campus. Stanton now requires a CNA certification or HLH class to start clinicals. There is also an option to go "accelerated" which would have the program cut down to a year and a half. There are a bunch of other changes too.
Hi I'm applying this march, I'm so nervous, as this is my second time trying to apply for the program But for those of you who started can u give me an idea of how your schedules are like? Am I going to have to put my son in daycare full time 5 days a week? Also how hard is it, is it manageable or easy to failing grades :/?