Hunter vs SUNY Downstate RN-BSN Fall2012?!

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    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.
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    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.
    hey european ,

    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 ?


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    hey, sorry I know this is an old post but which one did you choose? I just got into the Hunter RN-BSN program and I think I'm going to go. I have a Bachelor's in another field so there's a good chance they may take a lot of my credits. How long does this program take?
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    Hi, I went to downstate finished in 15 months. If you have a bachelors you should do accelerated bsn, much shorter time!
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    yes, 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?


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