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    Quote from 117800
    I loved working for Bayada Nurses in Delaware.
    117800 I've heard a little about Bayada. What did you like about it? Did they give you the hours you wanted or training?

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    I don't think NurseFinders had anything in my area but I will check out Favorite. Thanks!

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    Does anyone know of any good nursing agencies to work for Per Diem? I already know of Maxim Staffing. Any others?

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    I think my GPA was around 3.8 or so, but from what I recall they only consider your ranking sheet when making the decision, which includes the NLN. I'm guessing that you are applying this spring? Do you know the number of points you have? When I started clinicals there were many people who had 17 ranking points, but I also hear that the entire makeup of the program is changing in 2014, including admission requirements.

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    Yes I did. I started in January 2011 and graduated December 2012. I take NCLEX next week. Hope you get in!

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    Does anyone know the total cost of Delaware Tech Stanton clinicals, besides tuition? I mean the fees and book costs or any other expenses.

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    Quote from Markeevustimothy
    I have just completed my first clinical semester in the spring at Delaware Technical and Community College. They have 3 sections for each nursing class. A day time clinical (6:30 - 1ish) with in-person lectures, day time clinical with lecture DVDs that must be picked up from the college, and evening clinical (around 2:30-8ish i believe) with DVD lectures. However even if you are DVD lecture you must still attend labs, seminars, tests and must spend mandatory lab time inside of the nursing lab. You will normally have one of these a week. It may help you to have DVD lectures, but you will still be spending the majority of your learning experience in-person.
    Thanks! Do you know the total cost of the clinicals? Not tuition, but the fees and books for the four semesters?

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    Does anyone know if Delaware Tech is offering any distance learning clinical nursing courses? I know you must go in to the clinical sites for the labs, but for the theory classes do they have any online or telecourses?

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    Did anyone get accepted into the Deltech Stanton clinicals? If you did, how many ranking points did you have?

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    You can usually expect to go to school at least 3 years to become an RN. For the Associate Degree of Nursing program you'll have one year or more of prerequisites, like English, Math, and Science, and two years of nursing clinicals. The Bachelors route takes 4 years. Expect to do A LOT of studying! The courses are very intense and you should not fall behind. But once you get acclimated to the program you may even begin to enjoy it. Some of the experiments and procedures you will learn can be fun. Just don't let yourself get too stressed out with any setbacks you face, and you'll do just fine.

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    I just applied to the Delaware Tech RN nursing program for the Stanton campus. I got 19 out of the possible 24 points. Does anyone know the lowest amount of points that has been accepted for clinicals?

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    I just filled out my application a few days ago and I am so anxious! I want to go to Delaware Tech, and I have 19 out of the possible 24 clinical points. Does anyone know the lowest number of points that was accepted to clinicals at Deltech Stanton campus?

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    I am applying to the Delaware Tech Stanton campus clinicals this year. I will be finished all my prereqs this semester, and I have 19 points towards clinicals out of 24. Does anyone know of the lowest amount of points needed to get a clinical seat? I would like to be in the top 80.



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