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New nursing student at Mesa Community College in Mesa, AZ.
I started my nursing program on Sept 24th, our program is Monday and Tuesday from 10am to 630pm. It's a hybrid program 60% in class work and 40% online studying. It's a lot every Monday we have a quiz and every Tuesday we have an exam. Doing vital signs and physical assessments this upcoming week. I'm glad I've been a CNA for the past 1 1/2 years. Things haven't been too hard yet and it's showing getting a 90% in the Block 1 so far. :-) I hope everyone else is doing well.
Congrats to all of you who have already started your programs I start mine on September 24th at Mesa Community College in Mesa, Arizona. I graduate in July 2014, I so excited for this opportunity, I know there will be hard times but failure isn't an option. We all just have to remember that. Good luck to all of you. :-)
Ok right now the Maricopa CC waiting list is about 3 years. The best advice I can give you is apply and get on the waiting list. That'll be your plan B. Now as far as the bilingual program goes I think you have to be on the waiting list to even be considered for the bilingual program and if you get chosen for that. There is know waiting list. I hope that answers your questions.
I live in AZ and right now the waiting list to get into a community college is 3 years. But here as long as you pass the required classes you can apply to nursing school and in AZ as long as you retake A&P 2 and get a better grade that'll be the grade that shows up. Hopefully that helps. Good luck.
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