I will be finished with Micro and Developmental Psych by the end of this semester. I believe you just have to all the prereqs done before enrollment into the nursing classes. But you call them though to make sure.
I think I should go there in person to speak to an advisor about the program because I don't know much about the program except that I heard that it's good. I live a hour and some minutes away from there too. Anybody heard any reviews about the nursing program and school in general? Any experiences?
I just finished my packet and think I have everything turned in.
I took the TEAS V on Saturday and had an adjusted score of 84%. I have about a 3.0 GPA and a BS in Psychology which I hope will count for some extra points =)
What scores/GPA did ya'll have? Have you applied anywhere else?
I applied to GA Highlands but I had an F in A & P II when I was in Afghanistan and could not take my final cause the proctor was out for 2 weeks - I re-took it and got an A the next term but a few school average the 2 grades together so it lowered my Science/Math scores pretty badly. So applying at UWGA and WGTC for this Summer/Fall and we'll see how it goes!
I have everything turned in, but the Registar's office seems to still be sorting thorough final transcripts. I hope that mine is still reviewed before the end of the month. I made a 90.7 on the TEAS and have a 3.69 cumulative GPA and a 4.0 science. I applied to other schools in the Atlanta area (Emory, Clayton, Kennesaw) as well. I'm trying to endure the waiting game.
I applied too. I got a 86 on the TEAS and my transcript is still in the process of being evaluated. I don't know about you guys, but I haven't started CNA certification school yet. I wonder if there is enough space to get certified between the time the acceptance letters are sent out and the first day of classes...
I was able to find two schools in my local area that have 3-4 week programs. Were you able to register for the nursing courses before turning in your certificate? That's the one thing I'm worried about. I would want to register for classes as soon as I'm accepted. If I'm still going to CNA school during the registration period, I don't know if that prevents a student from enrolling.
I've been a cna for about 9 months now. I decided to become one when I became a nursing major. I believe that you must have the CNA license before you can actually start the program. So i assume that if you don't have the cna license at that time, you're classes will just be dropped.
I was told that we should find out the decision in late march to early april. The program doesn't start until June, I believe? So, that is plenty of time to get into a cna program and finish. I also remember the nursing school's website mentioning that it may have cna classes set up. I'm sure you can call them and see if they have any suggestions.