ABAC & Darton Nursing! - page 2
Hello, Just curious if anyone out there is applying to ABAC's spring 2012 program? Also curious about the average GPA's accepted...I have a 3.0 right now..wondering if I stand a chance since they do not require an entrance exam.... Read More
- 0Dec 3, '11 by SBMBI currently attend ABAC myself and from what I have been told by my advisor, ALL of your grades are considered when getting into the nursing program. The higher your GPA the better you chance of being accepted. Also Pharmacology is a preresiquet for entering into the program. You must make at least a 75 in the class to pass or you have to retake it. Also the grade is only good for 1 year on your transcript. If you go over the 1 year mark of going into the nursing program, you will have to retake the class. Hope this helps.
- 0Dec 6, '11 by Iridescent OrchidI've been debating on going to ABAC for their LPN to RN bridge program after I get my LPN license. My only complication is that I live almost 3 hours away.
What is the list of pre-reqs they require for the bridge program and couldn't I do them at a college in my area and have them transfer over to ABAC?
I will be fine going to the program once a week, but if I had to travel 6 hours daily to and from for pre-reqs, I would be exhausted!
- 1Feb 13, '12 by nurse_kimboYou can do the pre-req at another college. ABAC has their transfer articulation (list of the classes from your chosen school and the equivalent classes at ABAC, and whether the class will/will not transfer) on their website. There is also a list of pre-req for the nursing bridge prog. The program meets one day a week if you're accepted into the bridge program, and from what I understand it's a loooooong day. But I've heard nothing but good things about the program. I'm currently doing core at Georgia Military and have applied to ABAC for the bridge. The other posters were correct, there is a pharm class that you must take from ABAC and it has to be within one year of your beginning the bridge. You can take it online though.