How I got into Trinitas NURE 130 - UCC Jan 2011 - page 2

this is a run down of getting into trinitas nure 130 through ucc. i just had the first class this monday, jan of 2011. it's great to finally be in and doing it. 5 more semesters and i can move on... Read More

  1. Visit  pompo24 profile page
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    You can't take Nursing 130 and 131 at the same time.
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  3. Visit  askrunu profile page
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    Hi,

    i just got my invite letter today for nurse130. My first semester with UCC was last spring semester. I took Chem 105 and psyche. i received my consideration letter last week.
  4. Visit  CeceStar5 profile page
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    U only took two classes at UCC?
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    Quote from askrunu
    Hi,

    i just got my invite letter today for nurse130. My first semester with UCC was last spring semester. I took Chem 105 and psyche. i received my consideration letter last week.
    Was psych and chem the only classes u took at UCC?
  6. Visit  iPink profile page
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    Cece: is ABSN programs not an option for you?
  7. Visit  pompo24 profile page
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    You must be a Union County Resident. Even though you took only 2 courses (CHEM & PSY) in the Spring 2011 , they already invited you for Nursing 130. Congratulations! Hope I'll get mine too , I've been in school for a long time. I've earned total of 40 credits already. 31 credits transferred and 9 credits earned at UCC. I don't have a degree yet so ABSN not an option for me;(
  8. Visit  CeceStar5 profile page
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    Quote from Glad2baSN
    Cece: is ABSN programs not an option for you?
    I've tried absn schools. In nyc. didn't get in. This is why I'm taking this route
  9. Visit  iPink profile page
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    Quote from CeceStar5
    I've tried absn schools. In nyc. didn't get in. This is why I'm taking this route
    If you're crossing over the pond into NJ, you didn't want to try applying to the ABSN programs over here? There are plenty of NY students in my ABSN program, UMDNJ. If you have a 3.0 from your previous degree, you're pretty much guaranteed in. I did my prereques at Union County and never thought about going to Trinitas. If I were to go into an ADN program it would have been Muhlenberg because they have an accelerated ADN program for people with their college degree already. Not sure if you knew that.

    I'm just trying to help you get to the RN quicker since you have a degree, because I was in your same shoes and want you to be aware of all the routes before settling.
  10. Visit  CeceStar5 profile page
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    I tried UMDNJ. Didnt get in. I did not know Muhlenberg has a program like that. I am a little worried that sciences are too old. I been trying to get into a nursing school for 1 and 1/2 yrs. I will research more about the program.
    Thanks for your help. I really appreciate it.:bowingpurlol
  11. Visit  iPink profile page
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    Oh, sorry to hear that you didn't get in. Well you have shown great perseverance by not giving up. Apply to both Trinitas and Muhlenberg if you can to maximize your chances of getting in. Good luck and I hope you get in. Continue to not give up!
  12. Visit  CeceStar5 profile page
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    Thank you. I am not. No matter how much money or time it takes I am going to be a nurse. Do you have your bsn yet?
  13. Visit  askrunu profile page
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    Thanks for the congrats!

    Yes I only took two classes at Ucc everything else was transferred over. I am an essex County resident. Today was registration, which was from 10;30 am to 1:30 pm. I am a little scared some people in the registration class was stating that it was alot of memorization and that out of the summer class only 20% passed. They made it seem like a daunting task. I am taking A and P 2 with nurse130.
  14. Visit  iPink profile page
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    @Cecelia: I'm currently at UMDNJ.

    @askrunu: I took my prerequisites at UCC and the students in my class was saying the same thing. They had nothing good to say about Trinitas. However, I wouldn't allow that to sway you. You must study hard and do the best you can. Be the 20% that pass. Nursing is tough no matter where you go.
    Last edit by iPink on Jan 26, '12


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