Bristol Community College Nursing - page 30
Hello, I wanted to know of anyone looking into the Bristol Community College nursing program or who is currently in it or was in it. I am still taking the competitive pre-req courses right now to be able to apply to the... Read More
- 0Aug 3, '11 by lilkuz06violin, please, please don't take what I said the wrong way. You should DEFINITELY apply and with your creds, you should have no problem getting in. What I meant was that your odds at CCRI are better vs BCC because of the number of applicants vs spots available. That, and you can probably start sooner (Jan) vs BCC (next fall). I will write more later, just arrived to work. Hang in there, you WILL get in. I know it's frustrating, but it will happen!!!!
- 0Aug 3, '11 by violin9Yes, you're right. If I get in this time, I could start in January. If I don't, I will consider BCC. In the meantime, I am going to take some music courses at CCRI - violin lessons and piano lessons - They call it applied music. Maybe I should have gone with my natural inclinations. But I am so interested in health care, especially in an advocating capacity. I come from a long line of physicians. My sister just graduated medical school at the age of 56. I prefer nursing because there seems to be more of a human element involved. Anyway, there are only so many things you can control, I guess.
Thanks for writing! I look forward to hearing more wisdom from you!
- 0Jan 7 by MallyGirlHi everyone! I know this is an old post, but I was wondering if anyone could give me their opinion. I am applying at BCC. Two more classes at Massasoit and I will have a science transfer degree. I was a member of the honor society at Massasoit for a little while, and I am currently a member of Phi Theta Kappa, I have a GPA of 3.53 and have all of my classes done but chemistry. When I called they said my application would be incomplete without chemistry, but to try anyways. I have A-'s and 1 B+ in all of my other science classes, and A's in almost everything else. Do you think I even have a chance of getting in without chem done? I hope so, this is such a long process, and I'm really hoping to get in this time around! Thank you, any input is greatly appreciated! -Lynne
- 0Jan 16 by XLucky7XI'm pretty sure that in the college catalog high school or college chemistry is required. I would suggest going to a health science information session at BCC, it explains in detail what is required to apply for the nursing program. I'm pretty sure the next info session is on Jan. 28th, you have to register for it through the website. Other than that, I think you should apply anyway. Good luck