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We're only a few days away from our orientation session. When I RSVPed, I confirmed that there is no required dress code. I strongly suggest bringing a notebook and a few things to write with in case you misplace one. Who's excited? ;D
Hi everyone!! I need some advise, I got into the nursing program for jan 2013... South, central or north? And why... I think I might go for south, anybody have experience with that campus??
Hi everyone! I was accepted into the nursing program for jan 2013... After reading some of the comments I'm not to excited but I'm in so not much I can do now... Anyway which campus do you guys recommend and why??? Thank you!!
What campus did you ended up choosing and now that your in, which one do you recommend???
Im an on my second semester on the online option. Clinicals work the same for generic or online. The first week you will go T and W. After the first week you are assigned either a T or a W. Basically the entire semester has two weeks only where you have to go both days. The hours for the other weeks are from 7:30 to around 4:30, when you go to the hospital (usually the last weeks of each half) you have to be there by 6:30 and stay until around 4:30pm. I hope this helps.
Look at your acceptance email, it says do all the HSC certifications( the cpr, dom violence, etc) BC wants you to take all these short classes with them. One hsc# has an option to be online aka the CAE#.....all this has to be done before jan. You should go see a counsiler.
I'm very very confuse :S can some please help me out.. I got accepted into the nursing program just like you guys but i don't know what to do next.. What is the HSC certification and is it the same as the CAE? Where can I complete it? And I need this done before January 7, right?
This is really taking forever!!! :S
Hi I'm a nursing student at North Campus. I know its stressful and nerve racking to see if you've been accepted. A word of advice if admissions say you'll know by the 15th you will know on the 15th and not a day before. Also if your not accepted don't. Worry they always do a second round of letters are sent out two weeks after the 15th. Many students either defer or decline their seats. When you do get accepted my best advice is buy th Perry and Potter fundamentals of Nursing book. Out of pocket don't wait for financial aid. Its a lot of reading in th program and if you can get a headstart then ready set go! It will be worth every dollar once you start! Exam 1 covers vital signs,health assessment,saftey,hygiene,documentation and nursing process! Told you its a lot! Get the book start reading you'll be glad you did!!!!! Another nugget of advice testing is not anything you've done before its all critical thinking! Do the review questions at the end of the chapters! good luck!!
Anyone attending central?
Sure hope so and that it comes with good news!
I think we should be getting the email next week
Also, I think they are checking applications from the last students who turned them in to the first! Because me and my friend turned the applications in on the 10th of September and our applications changed the following week to application in review... Some people mentioned here that the status just changed and they submitted the applications by the end of August, so I don't think anyone should freak out because until EVERY application is reviewed they won't make a decision...
Also, do we get points awarded for our HESI scores?
Thanks Larimar7... I feel better after reading what you wrote. On my BC account it says Overall GPA:
Program of Study GPA:
I always assumed my program of study GPA meant my nursing prereqs because my I claimed nursing as my major.
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