Roseman University 18-month Program? - page 12

Hi everyone! I saw a couple of thread regarding Roseman's nursing program but most of them are dated from 2012 or so. Anyways, I was curious if there is anyone currently in the 18 month program... Read More

  1. by   yeseniatoscano
    Congrats! That's awesome!
  2. by   yeseniatoscano
    Quote from channo92
    90.7 overall for me, I got 100 on reading and 97.8 on the English.
    That's awesome!! Congrats!
  3. by   channo92
    Thanks! The Professor they set me up with gave me all this material, and it REALLY helped!
  4. by   jeffreyson
    Hi all I am interviewing this wednesday the 15th at the Henderson campus and wanted to just say thank you to all for contributing to this thread that I have read through. Im still very much nervous but I feel reassured. Glad to have found this thread.
  5. by   ger_bearr
    Good luck!
  6. by   cashmeoutside
    If anyone is currently attending the Henderson campus, can you please send me a dm, I would like to ask a few questions about the program. Please and thank you!
  7. by   I042410r
    I was at the same interview too! I too was placed on hold due to low TEAS score. Im retaking it on april 11..
  8. by   Martin095
    I am so lucky to have found this thread. I am applying for the Fall 2017 cohort and plan to interview in April. I still have to take the TEAS exam as well. Does anyone have any tips on studying the science portion? That is the one I am worrying about the most. Also, do I need to have all of my official transcripts from schools I took the general ed and pre-reqs at sent to Roseman before the interview? Or by inputting the grades I got into nursingCas is acceptable for an interview?
  9. by   pbhavsar
    Quote from Martin095
    I am so lucky to have found this thread. I am applying for the Fall 2017 cohort and plan to interview in April. I still have to take the TEAS exam as well. Does anyone have any tips on studying the science portion? That is the one I am worrying about the most. Also, do I need to have all of my official transcripts from schools I took the general ed and pre-reqs at sent to Roseman before the interview? Or by inputting the grades I got into nursingCas is acceptable for an interview?
    Good luck on applying! For the TEAS Science portion, I would brush up on your anatomy/physiology the most, especially those pesky enzymes/hormone pathways. Otherwise the rest is pretty basic in my opinion. Also, I would just send the official transcripts as soon as you can, but as far as my understanding went, they need all the officials before the start of the program (ideally as soon as you finish courses/can send them out). Good luck on your interview! (:
  10. by   pbhavsar
    Quote from jeffreyson
    Hi all I am interviewing this wednesday the 15th at the Henderson campus and wanted to just say thank you to all for contributing to this thread that I have read through. Im still very much nervous but I feel reassured. Glad to have found this thread.
    Did you mean the 16th? If so, I might have met you haha. Good luck on this long wait before we find out! *fingers crossed*
  11. by   Martin095
    Is it true that my chances are low to get accepted if I interview in May/June?
  12. by   I042410r
    Do they do May and/June interviews? I did mine in January but I am placed on hold due to my TEAS score. I retake it this month (April 11). My advisor told me that my application will be resubmitted with the april pool of applicants on April 12. Also how they score you for the TEAS they take the highest attempted score meaning. If you took it last month and scored pretty high in math and science but did poorly in reading and english you would need to retake it the TEAS. Then,on your second attempt you scored well in reading and english but for math and science scored lower than your first attempt; they would take the the highest math and science score (1st attempt) and keep the highest scores for reading and english (2nd attempt). Hope this helps!
  13. by   071994
    It depends but the earlier you apply, the better chance you have in getting accepted for the cohort you want because they have a certain amount of seats to fill up. I wouldn't say the chances are low because they might offer you a seat for the next cohort.

    Quote from Martin095
    Is it true that my chances are low to get accepted if I interview in May/June?

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