Where have you applied for 2007?

  1. 0 This is the most stressful thing I've ever done!! I've applied to the ASN Program at Rivier and NHCTC/Nashua for Fall 2007. I took the NLN in November and got a 116 Composite, which was good enough to apply to NHCTC, but I got a 48% in the Math, so Riv allowed me to take that portion over which I did today.

    I have all my pre reqs done and have all A's......and I'm so nervous about getting in!!!!
  2. Visit  GottaGetIn profile page

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    From 'Red Sox Nation!!!'; Joined Feb '07; Posts: 440; Likes: 13.

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  3. Visit  kukukajoo profile page
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    Rivier is an open enrollment so if you qualified and your app was complete, then you are in as long as there are slots available still. That should not be a problem this early, so get the rest of your stuff in and pay your $100.00 fee as soon as you can.

    There is an informational session coming up in March- cant remember the dates. Trying to transfer there this year from NHCTC-Laconia.

    Good luck!
  4. Visit  GottaGetIn profile page
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    I'm pretty confident I'll get into Riv- At least I hope....but it's my last choice because it's SO expensive! I'm not likely to qualify for any financial aid so I'll be paying for most of it.

    I'd much rather go to NHCTC-Nashua or the like.....the tuition is much less. I'd rather spend the big bucks when I move on to my BSN.

    But, beggars can't be choosers and I'll basically go to anyone that takes me.

    Why is it so hard!
  5. Visit  GottaGetIn profile page
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    Oh, and good luck to you! Are you an RN already?
  6. Visit  roxxy3773 profile page
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    I have applied to NHCTC in Manchester and Stratham and NHTI in Concord. I am debating about applying to Rivier, it is just sooo expensive, but I really want to get in this fall so I will probably just apply there too. It is my last choice though because of the cost. I agree with the above post, I would rather save my money for my BSN!!
  7. Visit  Jamie-Sue profile page
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    I've applied at, NHCTC Laconia, Manchester and stratham, NHTI, Rivier and UNH!
  8. Visit  GottaGetIn profile page
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    Jamie-Sue, have you heard from anywhere yet?

    I just got my letter from Rivier today. I was accepted but put on the wait list because they filled the program last month, before I finished the NLN. There's nine people on the list there so far. I won't know where I am until the end of this week. This is for the night program.
  9. Visit  Jamie-Sue profile page
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    I was accepted at rivier, I first went on the AD waiting list and was #4, but I switched to the BSN and am number 4 on that waiting list as well. I haven't heard from anywhere else but know Laconia is sending out letters soon.
  10. Visit  GottaGetIn profile page
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    I am doing the ADN program as well. Were you doing the day program or night? I can't believe they are full already!

    I do think that many will drop out though, once they hear acceptance from other schools they've applied to. It's a fantastic school, but it's so expensive.
  11. Visit  Jamie-Sue profile page
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    I was doing day program and will be doing the day program for BSN. You may want to see how there waiting list is for the BSN program. It only takes a year longer and you can STILL get your ADN after two years! I am actually 3 on the BSN list not 4.
  12. Visit  DoGood2u profile page
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    I applied to NHCTC Manchester and Stratham and NHTI. The word at NHTI is that the first round of applicants didn't meet the need and they are going to accept scores from the test in April. I just received my NLN scores in the mail today. Got 97 in verbal, 92 in math and 97 in science. Composite was 147. Does anyone know about Manchester compared to NHTI?
  13. Visit  Talulah117 profile page
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    Quote from DoGood2u
    I applied to NHCTC Manchester and Stratham and NHTI. The word at NHTI is that the first round of applicants didn't meet the need and they are going to accept scores from the test in April. I just received my NLN scores in the mail today. Got 97 in verbal, 92 in math and 97 in science. Composite was 147. Does anyone know about Manchester compared to NHTI?

    I know that the Manchester school basically just takes the highest test scores without really looking at anything else....which makes me nervous. I got a 122 composite, and was expecting to do much better. Only a couple more weeks til we find out though!
  14. Visit  roxxy3773 profile page
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    Wow DoGood2u, maybe that is why when I emailed last week they said they were just now reviewing the applications! I was thinking I would find out something soon, but they said it would be another 3-4 weeks (that was last week). I'm not sure if that is good or bad for me that they felt they didn't have enough qualified applications! I got a 148 on the NLN, but I don't have all the other classes done, I meet the qualifications since I took all the sciences in high school, but if I get in I will still have to take A&P 1 and 2 and Micro, everything else I have done. So I am hoping I am in that part that will be accepted!! It is so hard to wait!
    I applied to the same schools as you did DoGood2u, what is your first choice? Concord is the furthest distance for me but at this point I just want to get in somewhere! :spin:

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