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- Apr 3, '09 by Kaylah18Great, thanks!
- Apr 6, '09 by Love840207Hi everybody,
I will be taking the Hesi Exam soon. The subjects that on the Hesi are A&P, Chem, Bio, Math, Reading, Grammar and vocabulary. The subjects I'm worried about are A&P, Chem and Bio. I'm really worried because the study guide I have are pretty basics stuff. Do anybody have any suggestion on the science section??? Which part should I focus on the most? Please somebody help me please
- Apr 6, '09 by happyin09When you look at the study guide you might think "what, this is it?" but study it! That is really it. The study guide will prepare you as to what to know for the exam. As for what to focus on...hmmm...I would say focus on what you are weaker on. Biology for instance, if you don't know the steps of mitosis look over that... but truly everything they have in the book can really appear on that exam in some way, shape, or form. That is what I got from my experience taking the exam....but don't worry stick to the book and you should be okay.
- Apr 7, '09 by A.ManningI dunno, the books sections about the different subjects didn't seem to cover as much as what was in the practice tests included in the book. But now that I think about it the practice test was a lot harder than the real deal. What I suggest is this. You get notified of the test, and you have about 3 weeks to take it. Maybe more I don't recall. But as soon as you can schedule round one. Go in, see what the test is like, see your grade and if you don't like it, take some time to study your weak points, and take it again before time is up. We were allowed to take it twice.
- Apr 7, '09 by Love840207Thank you Happyin09 and A.Manning
- What was the total tuition cost at Seton Hall?? Thanks. I can't get a straight answer there
- Hi, I am so glad you posted. I am looking to apply the end of this month to the program. I am wondering if a C is considered failing in the program? Also, I think this program and ECC is my last effort in nursing. I see that there are something like 19-21 credits a semester. I did very good in college but that was 18 years ago. I graduated dobule major and got a 3.12. I received all B's in my prerequisites. I am just wondering if you could provide me with info that is considered failing. etc. I am getting older and so learning seems much harder at my age. I would appreciate the advise. I am applying for the location in Jersey City. The chairperson seems very nice and the assistant is helpful. Also, if someone does not get into the program did they advise you of the availability to go into the tradiional program with less time than the 4 years since I have a degree already. What advise are you able to give regarding their statement of how we feel healthcare will be for the elderly population. Thanks so much! Any assistance is greatly appreciated.:heartbeatLast edit by oldfashionedlove on Apr 7, '09 : Reason: more questions
- Apr 7, '09 by Love840207^^^ Hey how are you doing?? Seton hall accelerated program is pretty expensive!! Seton Hall accelerated program will cost you about 58k by the time your done. NJCU program is about 27k for the 12 months. ECC is pretty cheap if you go to the ADN way your not going to spend no more than $5,000.00. Just to let you know ECC does have an entrance test to get in.
- I looked at the RN program at ECC and I have all of the credits except for 27. I graduated year ago from college and I did all of the prereqs. for other BSN programs. I know that the net test is needed. I think I should be able to get in. If I do get in I was told that I could do a school nurse at the same time. That would work for me because I have more than half of the credits needed. I also did one year of a 2 year nursing program so I have most of the skills. I am applying to NJCU. I am signed up for the HESSI exam in 3 weeks. My only issue is that it seems a lot more intense then the 2 year BSN. I guess it depends on the info I get at NJCU tomorrow night. I am sure I can pass successfully through the RN program with no stress but I am not sure about the stress of the one year BSN program? Seems very intense. I am hoping that I can go into the 4 year program and do it in two years. I want to ask the question tomorrow but I do not want to give them any ideas of my concern about doing well in the program because of its intensity. So I will see if I get in and then take it from there. Thanks,
- Apr 8, '09 by Love840207Wait A MIN I thought the Hesi exam for NJCU was in June not 3 weeks from now.