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Yes! That does help! I've considered re-taking my ACT to try and get a higher score (I have a 22 also.) I've taken the NET before @ SWCC when I was going to try to do nursing school at night and stay at my current job. Anyway, I did pretty decent on that as well so I'm thinking I might actually have a shot at this!!! Thank you!!
I am hoping for the Fall. I have a partial schlorship for getting my GED. I just took the ACT and got a 19. I took it years ago and got a 15 . So i am currently studying for the ACT, TEAS and the NET just in case. Can you tell me if the TEAS was just english and math? I did awesome on the reading part of my ACT got a 25.. but the math for me is a killer I have a metal block with everything algebra lol....:imbar I am retaking the ACT feb 6th I will have to have all papers in by march 1st for both so we will see ...
Yes, just reading and math. Math is pretty basic. I thought that the TEAS was easier than the ACT. But that`s just me. I hope you`ll make it in. I just found out that I am pregnant. so I get one blessing after another. Wish you luck!!!!!
I applied this fall and did not get accepted. I need to take the ACT. I'm starting with some pre-reqs A&P I, and some other classes at the NWCC Southaven campus. How long did it take before you were accepted.
What classes did you take for pre-reqs? NWCC requires you to take 12 hours/semester, no exceptions, right? I don't want to take too many classes before I get into the nursing program because I don't want to end up paying for a lot of extra classes which won't help nor hinder me from graduating. Has anyone given you an idea of what your day-to-day schedule will be like? I've heard to expect to be in clinicals all day (until around 5) on Tuesdays and Thursdays but Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays classes are only about 4 to 5 hours.