- 0Aug 19, '12 by Irene WheelerHey anyone who went or willing to go or going right now to KSU or CSU I dont know which nursing school I want to go or better any suggestions?? What about GSU?
- 0Aug 20, '12 by dje5418, LPNI completed 36 credit hours at KSU as a pre nursing student but did not apply because of my TEAS V scores (too low).
They get nearly 1000 applicants per semester, sometimes less. They take advanced students and normal students about 130 combined out of the 800-1000 applicants. They offer a TEAS prep class in their continuing ed department that I DIDN'T take advantage of and should have.
Great BSRN program just one of the most competitive nursing programs to get into. Only a handful of 4 year programs to apply to.
- 0Aug 20, '12 by prettymica, BSN, RNQuote from Irene WheelerYou should pick the one that's best for you. What is a great school for one person might not be so great for the other. I will also tell you my criteria for schools: Price, NCLEX pass rates, reputation, school requirements(some are just ridiculous IMO), travel time. I also saw that you want to know if all schools have the same pre-reqs requirements. I would say about 90 percent of classes are the same but some have an extra class or two you must take before applying. I suggest that you visit the schools website and look up the required material you must have before applying. GOOD LUCK !I know KSU and CSU and Georgia Southern is great schools but which one should I pick to go? any concerns?
- 0Aug 20, '12 by prettymica, BSN, RNAlso you may want to apply to more than one nursing school when you are applying it great to have always have 2 backup schools, just incase you dont get into your dream school on the first try. Most people dont want to wait an entire year for the selection process.