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- Jun 2, '12 by StorsharOrientation was interesting and some of the time boring.. I suggest eating breakfast before you go since they didn't give anything till 10am.. O and there are two more classes that are needed Term ATSS001 transitional success seminarTerm BTSS002 transitional success seminar(I suggest looking up by full name instead of code because it's easier)Also when u chose classes make sure to have chosen courses for term A that are from 08/27/12-10/18/12 and for term B 10/22/12-12/13/12 since the classes are split into terms..I hope that is helpful
- Jun 3, '12 by STUDENT4RNThanks for info. I enrolled for term A TSS001 and Term B TSS001.
I just wanted to ask you if you can let me know if I enrolled correctly for all the other classes. I sent the info already. It is on page 7 on this blog. Just to double check..
Thank you !!Last edit by STUDENT4RN on Jun 3, '12 : Reason: incomplete info...
- Jun 3, '12 by StorsharI checked your classes and the other one you are missing is NURS 3241 Clinical for term B.. Otherwise it looks great and make sure the clinicals are section C25
- Jun 3, '12 by Tdanghi everyone!
i am currently trying to apply to nursing schools. i already have a b.s but decided to go back for nursing. right now resurrection is my top choice because of their 16 months program. however after reading some negative comments about resurrection, i'm not sure if it would be a good choice anymore. i was wondering if i could get some feed backs from current students who are attending resurrection right now. if you are a current student can you please give me some feed backs about the school. i would like to know if it was worth it. how are the classes at resu? how are the instructors? and if you like going there? if you are a current student please help. i just want to make sure i'm not making the wrong choice.
thank you all!
- Jun 3, '12 by PrayToTheUnicornWhat was the negative feedback you heard?I think Resu is going to be great. Haven't started yet but so far it seems very organized and straightforward. Everything has been very clear and communication has been fast, easy and clear. At an accelerated pace there's going to be a degree of self-teaching you'll have to do, but I learn well that way. There are tons of resources available at the school to help you succeed. I feel really good about my choice to go there, but we'll see when fall gets here how I feel then You have to remember that everyone's experience will be different, some people won't like their school, and there are loads of whiners in the world today. I imagine if we could break down the "bad" things situation by situation we'd probably see a lot different picture on what is fair/unfair, bad/good, justice/injustice. Just my take. They have the highest Nclex pass rate of any BSN in the area, so they must be doing something right.
- Jun 3, '12 by PrayToTheUnicornStudent4rn, You will register for classes at orientation so if you missed anything you can add it then too.
- thanks. I am enrolled for NUR3241 already... Thanks for your helping !
- Hi, I haven't started in the program yet, but I totally agree with PraytotheUnicorn 100 %. I was in another nursing program before, and if somebody thinks is going to be an extension of their high schools or that teachers are going to babysit them... poor souls. I have studied different things in my life. I studied International trade in my country. I hold a degree in Translation and Interpretation (from Miami Dade College) after coming to this country without speaking a word of English, but Nursing has been the most difficult thing I have ever done and the most rewarding one as well.
Our Teachers will have the responsibility of changing our way of thinking. It's like the transition from the civil life to military life. I am not kidding. There will be lives out there depending on us...They will be our patients.!!! The hardest work has to be done by "us" on our own. Study. Study and Study. Forget weekends, friends, lovers, .... we will have to put our soul and heart on it. As I said before... Hard but rewarding... Think it again if this is what you like... and when you hear that something is hard.... be happy, it means it's good. !!!
- Jun 5, '12 by TdangPrayToTheUnicorn and STUDENT4RN, thank you for responding. It was very helpful. Most of the negative comments I hear about Resu was about their organization and their instructors. Resu just relocated so I could see why some students are frustrated with their organization and you guys are right about how some people can be whiners lol. I imagine nursing school is hard in general and all nursing schools are probably the same. But I am prepared to work as hard as I have to. I'm still applying to Resu and I'm taking my TEAS on Friday. I applied for the fall semester, I know I'm late but it is still on rolling so I decided to give it a shot. I am PRAYING I get a good score on the TEAS and get accepted to Resu. I hope everything is going to go smoothly and I can finally start nursing school. And congrats on both of your acceptances!