Acceptance into the PN Program at Baker of AH for Summer 2010?
- 0Jun 14, '10 by gypsy76Wondering if anyone is waiting acceptance into the PN program at Baker College of Auburn Hills? I took the Kaplan but didn't get the fantastic grade that I was hoping for, but still am waiting to hear none the less.
- 0Jun 16, '10 by mrsrlgQuote from gypsy76Hi gypsy76,Wondering if anyone is waiting acceptance into the PN program at Baker College of Auburn Hills? I took the Kaplan but didn't get the fantastic grade that I was hoping for, but still am waiting to hear none the less.
I'm actually getting ready to graduate from the program in August, but since the program starts on 6/30, applicants should be hearing pretty soon. I'm actually surprised it hasn't happened yet. Did you put down your email address in your contact info? When I was accepted last July (for Sept start), I received an email at 11:30 pm from the DON about 9 days after submitting my app. Anyhow, I happen to know the DON has been away (but not sure when she was returning), so I would think word will go out pretty quickly, maybe tomorrow or Monday? Pre-admission testing is only one part of the points, so don't give up yet. Good luck!
- 0Jun 16, '10 by mrsrlgQuote from gypsy76It's been a great program. Like any other nursing program, there is a ton to learn and it has been tough to keep up at times. Plus, you really will have little time for anything else, but we were all forewarned at orientation. Really, it has been everything I expected it to be. While it will be a constant learning experience every working day, I can't wait for the end of August to come so I can begin working, followed by ADN program start next spring.How have you liked the program?
I have been a full-time student at Baker for the past 3 years (nursing, as well as working on another degree), so my experience has definitely been more positive than some of the posters here, but I hope you get in first time. If you don't this time, don't give up. Auburn Hills now has two LPN programs per year, summer and winter, and LPN-to-RN transition (ADN) will soon have two programs (just waiting for final approval for the second one, which will hopefully come in by Christmas for a spring start), fall and spring.