Acceptance letters from N Georgia (UNG) Fall 2013 - page 17

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    Quote from pbco

    I'll take it... lol! My classmate said that the Gainesville campus looks nicer than the Dahlonega campus. :-) ;-)
    I think that is where a lot of the ppl who were wait listed end up. There and the main campus.
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    Lol yeah! I definitely want to be at Gainesville! Closer to my home... If Dahlonega campus wants me, I'll have to move!
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    Quote from AshBrock1091
    Lol yeah! I definitely want to be at Gainesville! Closer to my home... If Dahlonega campus wants me, I'll have to move!
    Lol. Ok. Cumming is closest to me then Gainesville and lastly Dahlonega. At this point I'll go anywhere!
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    yep, beggars can't be choosers!
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    Lol right, as long as I'm in!
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    The Gainesville campus has terrific instructors! It changed this year from previous years, and they were terrific.
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    Quote from sk8inghunny
    The Gainesville campus has terrific instructors! It changed this year from previous years, and they were terrific.
    That's really good to know!
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    That is very encouraging! I've also heard that courses seem "easier" at the Gainesville campus than at Dahlonega. I've always taken my courses at the main campus, so it'll be interesting if Gainesville will be my new home.
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    Quote from pbco
    That is very encouraging! I've also heard that courses seem "easier" at the Gainesville campus than at Dahlonega. I've always taken my courses at the main campus, so it'll be interesting if Gainesville will be my new home.
    This isn't true at all, at least for nursing classes. I'm about to graduate from UNG's nursing program and go to the Forsyth campus.

    The way the nursing classes work is that you attend class at whatever campus you're assigned to. One of the instructors will lecture and all the campuses will watch the lecture via satellite at the same time. You are able to interact with the instructor, as there are IT people on every campus who will turn the mic on and off so you can ask or answer questions. You are all taking the same class at the same time, so it can't be any easier at one campus or another.

    First year, you attend class one day a week and have lab one day a week and then go to clinical one day a week after you pass your checkoffs. Second year, you attend class one day a week and attend clinical two days a week, starting pretty much at the beginning of the semester. This means that while you are only in class one day a week you will have a whole lot of work that will have to be done independently at home. This worked out well for me as I am a single mom who works full-time as well as attending nursing school full-time. You have to be self-motivated and be willing to put in the hours at home or you won't pass.
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    Quote from kmp5

    This isn't true at all, at least for nursing classes. I'm about to graduate from UNG's nursing program and go to the Forsyth campus.

    The way the nursing classes work is that you attend class at whatever campus you're assigned to. One of the instructors will lecture and all the campuses will watch the lecture via satellite at the same time. You are able to interact with the instructor, as there are IT people on every campus who will turn the mic on and off so you can ask or answer questions. You are all taking the same class at the same time, so it can't be any easier at one campus or another.

    First year, you attend class one day a week and have lab one day a week and then go to clinical one day a week after you pass your checkoffs. Second year, you attend class one day a week and attend clinical two days a week, starting pretty much at the beginning of the semester. This means that while you are only in class one day a week you will have a whole lot of work that will have to be done independently at home. This worked out well for me as I am a single mom who works full-time as well as attending nursing school full-time. You have to be self-motivated and be willing to put in the hours at home or you won't pass.
    Thank you for the info. And congrats on getting ready to graduate!!! I am also a mom and work full time and its great to know that this program is doable with all the extra responsibilities I have. I am ready for the outside work. I am all about time management. Thank you so much for the insight.
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