MCC (manchester) Fall 2012-2014 - page 2
For those currently attending MCC (or graduates). One:Where are the clinical rotations held? All in Manchester or what? Two: How'd did you like MCC? I have been accepted for this fall and... Read More
Apr 24, '12The other first semester clinical is RMU (rehabillitative Medical Unit) at CMC.
Like Sam and Danielle I will be graduating from MCC this May. Here to answer any additional questions and/or concerns you have about the program.
Good luck to you all!Last edit by Medic2RN on May 3, '12 : Reason: TOS - Solicitation
Apr 30, '12However, this silly system requires I have 15 posts. apparently i have not met quota. if you can PM me, please do so, I think if i provide my email address they may boot me from this website.
fyi. the book costs seem very small (maybe they don't include ), but it appears to be around $450. far, far less than i expected and then again, I could very well have been overwhelmed. ahh, nursing.Last edit by Medic2RN on May 3, '12 : Reason: TOS - Solicitation
Apr 30, '12I sent you a PM. My email is SCrehan731@students.ccsnh.edu.
May 1, '12Quote from simply_commentingI wanted to wish everyone who got in a big fat congratulations. I'm very sad that I won't be attending with everyone. I got accepted but had to decline because I still need to work during the day. I would have loved to of gone to school with some students from my area. I live in Manchester. I took a spot at the Lawrence memorial night and weekend program in Medford Ma. Best of luck to everyone. Simply I'm sure you will do great. Congrats again.For those currently attending MCC (or graduates).
One:Where are the clinical rotations held? All in Manchester or what?
Two: How'd did you like MCC? I have been accepted for this fall and looking to choose between MCC and Great Bay (95-5 in favor of MCC). FYI: consistent pass rates of 100% are excellent.
Three: For Nursing 1 classes, how much/little of a time commitment is it since it will be my only class starting this fall.
Four: Any insight you could provide would be appreciated and welcome.
thanks ahead of time.
May 1, '12kimball: thanks! and grats to you. for me, the biggest issue was getting into a program. now that i'm in, as much as there are plenty of hurdles the biggest is behind me (in my mind at least).
Oh, and you may want to see this: Lawrence Memorial Hospital/Regis College Nurse Program Named NLN Center of Excellence In Nursing EducationLast edit by simply_commenting on May 1, '12 : Reason: formatting
May 1, '12samantha: thank you for the quick and thoughtful replies. and future questions.Last edit by Medic2RN on May 3, '12 : Reason: TOS - Solicitation
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May 3, '12Quote from simply_commentingYou can post your email address if you wish, you will not be booted from the website.... I think if i provide my email address they may boot me from this website.
However, keep in mind that this is a public website and any personal information you post can be accessed by anyone.
May 3, '12Medic2RN: yes, less personal info the better. side note, i'm a medic to rn too! (in theory at this point)
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May 8, '12Quote from simply_commentingNice to meet you! Best of luck in your path to RN.Medic2RN: yes, less personal info the better. side note, i'm a medic to rn too! (in theory at this point)