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    Hello,
    i'm still not sure about which college/university is offering a good nursing program. i was going to apply for Langara but they are no longer accepting application for 2012 so now i'm trying my best to get into BCIT but i'm afraid i might not have the chance (cause it's so competitive). Then i heard that douglas and kwentlen have nursing program in their school too so i am wondering if their nursing program are any good? i know it's best to ask them in person but i'm so busy these day i dont have time to attend any info session. the year is about to end and i have to get the application done fast. please help and give me some advice/information about nursing program in kwentlen and douglas. are they a good place to go to if i want to study nursing(RN)? or maybe there is another college/universities that are offering good nursing program?

    thank you

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    thank you so much for your information. so basically everything i asked is all depends on which school i'm applying to and so i guess the best way is to ask them directly. thank you

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    Hi, i'm a grade 12 student who is thinking to become a nurse in the future
    1. since UBC and BCIT both need at least 2 years of post secondary(30 or 60 credit) before applying to nursing program then which program you recommend to go first? i know that BCIT recommend psychology but what about UBC?

    2.is it a good idea to take psychology in UBC then transfer to BCIT's nursing? if not then which college/university you guys recommend?

    3. i was thinking to go to Langara but Langara is no longer accepting any application for nursing program this year. is it a good idea if i work for a year and go back to school after? (to earn more money and experience by volunteer at a hospital)

    4. other than those college/university i mentioned above is there any other college/university that have good nursing program?

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    haha thanks guys!! i'm ganna talk to a adviser like you told me to before the school start and do you guys think that going to "be a student for a day" will help me get to know the school better?

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    what does it mean to require 60 credits of post secondary school? i need to two years of post secondary in BCIT before i apply into nursing program? if so then which program should i get in first?

    if i want to talk to a adviser at school, how can contact them or who should i talk to?

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    Hi
    i was thinking to apply nursing program in BCIT but my English marks did not hit the requirement however, i can get a high B or even an A on any other courses but not English... if so can i still apply nursing program in BCIT? will they accept me?

    Also, there are so many different program in "health science" which one is the "nursing program"?

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    what!!?? is there any school i can go to nursing program directly?? and if i have to have at least two years of university before got accepted by BCIT which university or program do you recommend me to take?

    Please give more information about BCIT, UBC and Langara, please please please
    thank you

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    really? i went on their website, it is very nice and their requirement is pretty reasonable too! but can you tell me a little bit more about TRU? like is it very competitive? what are they offer(co-op, ESN)? and any goods that other's dont have?

    thank you!

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    hello
    i'm a high school student who cant decide which nursing school i should go to. i heard that BCIT, UBC and Langara are all good for people who wants to take nursing. However, my questions is which school YOU think the best(hmmm~ more like which school you would recommend and why). Also please tell me which school would be easier to get in because i heard nursing program is VERY competitive i also did some research about each school and you need at least have two years of science in UBC in order to have a chance to get in nursing program? and BCIT no longer have ESN which would affect some opportunities getting a job? should i go for Bachelor or Degree? and lastly, if i am interested in surgery type of things then which school would be better for me?

    sorry i asked A LOT of questions but i really need advises and some of YOUR opinions. Both biasing opinion or just general information will all be VERY VERY helpful. thank you!



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