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    Quote from DianaJH
    If I'm not mistaken, although the deadline is april to get your app in, they wait until after the spring semester to select, waiting on ANP II results. Ask the nursing director about that!!!
    Yes, that is true for the Anderson campus as well.

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    It is not new, but you have to go to Central Indiana Ivy Tech, as it encompasses the four cities. Hope this helps.

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    They told me they do send letters with an application for the LPN program. you might be in a backup pool---meaning the hold the close applications to see if the ones sent the acceptance letters all accept or if some decline, it opens up additional spots. Good luck!

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    New Castle, IN has a small Spring start class. You apply to the Muncie location, as they handle Anderson, Muncie, Marion, and New Castle. Hope this helps

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    Quote from atuckin
    I think Indy sends out letters regardless of if you got in or not. If you didn't I thought they attached an app for the LPN program.

    They do not disclose the minimum scores necessary or even the number of applicants. I had an 89 on my TEAS. Was yours around there?

    If you didn't get in and don't want to go the LPN route, Indiana Wesleyan has a new 2 year ASN program that they are looking for applicants for August. It looks like a good program and just a little more expensive than Ivy Tech.
    I am so happy for you! I'm working right now towards applying for nex t Fall---what are some of the total composite scores you have hear of? My friend got 3 A's and 1 B on her prerequ, for a total of 110, and an 88 on hter Teas, for a total of 198 and did not get in. scarry!

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    How exciting for you all. I am in prereqs now, hoping to get in to Ivy Tech Anderson for Fall 2008. Would be interested in those who get in what their total "points" are---as a guage for next year.

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    I appreciate the input, and am encouraged. They tell me in the information sessions that there is no way I can still work and complete the program, so I am worried. I guess all I can do is my best....I really want this.

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    I'm currently in my general education phase of preparing for Nursing School at Ivy Tech in Central Indiana. Hopefully, I will be admitted into the program in Fall 08. I was wondering if any of you have atteneded such a program and had time to work on a part time basis? I have a very flexible Sales job, that I can do on the weekends or evenings about 15 hours per week---it's the only way I can get through school. Does anyone have any input on this?



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