Hunter vs SUNY Downstate RN-BSN Fall2012?!
- 0May 18, '12 by EuropeanHello everyone,I was accepted to both these programs. I am undecided where to go!! Suny would take me 6 months less to finish but it is slightly more expensive than Hunter.I am not sure qualitatively which one is better.Please give me any thoughts if you have attended these programs.Thanks.
- 0Jun 25, '12 by Ozzy84, ADNQuote from europeanhey european ,hello everyone,i was accepted to both these programs. i am undecided where to go!! suny would take me 6 months less to finish but it is slightly more expensive than hunter.i am not sure qualitatively which one is better.please give me any thoughts if you have attended these programs.thanks.
i was wondering did u applied accelerated bsn ? and what was the your undergraduate gpa ?
i have business adm ddegree from my country turkey and i am taking pre required class at city tech college . brooklyn , i found this 15 month bsn prog and really excited to apply but the thing i worry that my last 2 year gpa lower then 3.00. actually its kinda complicated cos i done 2 year college w 3.1 gpa and than transfer 4 yr university but they didnt cumulative my gpa first 2 yr and last 2yr..
my pre req so far a mostly still taking though .. i dont know is it really so important that if my past baccalaureate degree below 3.0 but pre req avarage around 3.9-4 gpa may increase my c hance ?
- 0Mar 23 by blondie1887yes, I know but I messed up a little the first time I got my bachelor's, wasn't as prepared for college, younger, immature, etc. which is why I took the long route. Anyways, the Hunter's admission person told me I probably wouldn't have to take more than 30 credits since I already have a bachelor's. I am still waiting to hear from downstate, but what were your thoughts on the program?