Getting All A's In Pre-Req's - page 2
I just went to speak to a counselor at the Highland Lakes Campus @ Oakland Community College, to get started on my Nursing (RN) Pre-reqs. He told me pretty much everything that I have been... Read More
0Mar 25, '11 by teensmomIt is great to take only the good or easy professors but sometimes it doesn't work out. Luckily, I had a good teacher for chemistry but I still wasn't sure I could get an A so I asked around the school and found a tutor. We met once a week, went over my homework and I did get an A. It was hard work tho.
0Mar 26, '11 by Hoping4aPuppySoon87Quote from whosurdaddyanne36 as you and i both know if your crying in a prereq class you will be in the mental ward within a month at nursing school.
Gpa admission is still the best way to go. a lot of schools have lower gpa's but they also have a 3yr waiting list. the great thing about occ is they are hooked up with OU so as soon as you grad from OCC you can transfer to OU. NO waiting list, no admit process, nothing.
even the schools that dont have waiting lists have an interview you have to ace to get into school. i dont about the rest of you but i wouldnt want a panel of 5 people deciding my fate based on an interview.
Kimberly that prof's last name starts with a G and the last part of his last name means large in spanish. he's awesome.
Do you have more information regarding the OCC OU hookup? I know about the whole "oakland to oakland" thing but I thought that was only in relation to things like financial aid, and the fact that classes definitely transfer.
Does this mean that you are 'automatically in' to the OU RN-BSN program?
More informatoin on this would be appreciated.
0Mar 26, '11 by whosurdaddyno your not automatically in
you still have to apply, you just dont have to go through their RN admittance steps
you dont have to be put on the however long waiting list they have for the BSN program
i dont know about the financial aid aspect of it
i think there is more info in the nursing office
0Mar 29, '11 by brodygirlI met with the nursing program counselor at HL campus today. I am almost done with my pre-req's but I do have one B+ transferring in from another college for ENG 1510. It brings my pre-req GPA down to a 3.94 (everything else A's). She told me I should re-take the class and I agree based on how high the GPA was this year. Can't believe a 3.94 isn't good enough, but I'm not willing to chance it. She did tell me that "they" (whomever they are) are reviewing the selection criteria and comtemplating some changes. One change - removing some of the pre-reqs and also the possibility of adding a pre-req, namely Pathophys which is currently only offered at Auburn Hills. She indicated that if they asked her opinion she would suggest that the changes not apply until Dec 2012 (meaning those people applying by this Dec 2011 would still use the old criteria) - because AH only offers one Pathophys session only at AH and there's no way everyone that wants to apply this Dec (for Fall 2012) could get in.
So, you'll find me taking another silly writing class this summer. Grrrrrrrr.
0Mar 29, '11 by rmtoccI think they should make the bio and organic chemistry class (currently a "recommended" elective) a definite prereq..and of course only allow 1 retake of any given class. That will make the GPA cutoff go down.