keya86tiff 1,443 Views
Joined Jun 30, '12.
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The ati is good!
Hello what was ur gpa? What classes you had prior to applying! I totally screwed up in highschool my gpa is 3.3 now
U should just go straight to be an RN don't worry about your gpa take bio & chemistry & get good grades it will pull your gpa
I'm also starting A&P also so I will start studying Monday after this week
What do you guys think about taking A&P2 & chemistry together for fall? It's that two much
Someone I know got C's in all they sciences & got in a CC! Try to score high on the teas & u should be good!
Do all ur prerequisite have to be done?
Yes they do Im actually taking the computer class over the summer! Good luck
I will be taking A&P 1 also summer 1
You don't need a specific GPA. They work on a points system. the higher the GPA the more points you get. That gets worked into how well you did on your TEAS V exam. A passing grade is 50%. you get a certain amount points for every individual section which is then divided by 3 for an average. Those points are added to the points you received for your GPA. As far as how hard it is to get in, Im not to sure. Im still waiting to hear if I got accepted or not. (just applied this for the fall 2013--fingers crossed) All I know is you should work your butt of to be considered for a position. According to the seminar I had attended, its very demanding and definitely not easy. Its going to require you to give 150% at all times. But hey we're dealing with people's lives so why shouldn't it be. Hope this helped.
Honestly, it's not as hard as I heard it would be. The subject matter itself is not difficult, but nursing school is very time consuming (paperwork, clinicals, etc). I am in my 3rd (of 5) semesters in a BSN program. I have managed to make 5 A's and 1 B so far (currently 3 A's for semester in progress). Time management is key. Plan time for studying,homework,etc.. And stick to your plan! I spent about 20-25 hrs a week studying and doing paperwork outside of class/clinical. I hold a BS in Biology. I personally thought the subject matter required to learn was much more difficult for that degree, but I spend more time, not studying, but doing written assignments for my BSN than I did for my BS in Bio.
I was going to take chemistry but I think it's to much! Good luck all
I'm taking A&P 1 and 2 this summer.. 5 week courses and then I start the nursing program in August. Eek! I'm nervous!!!
Who is taking A&P1 with me this summer? I'm excited but scared at the same time because it's a lot to know in such a short time!
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