Has anyone had any luck getting into the program if they had to take remedial math? I never took an algebra class in my life (I have a GED and SAT scores), so I didn't do great on the entrance exam. When I took the class I never scored anything lower than a 95, and had one of the highest scores when I retook the test.
Even with one remedial class, I maintained a 4.0 for my first semester; I read on the admissions chart that the need for remedial courses would strongly put me out of the running for consideration, and I'm somewhat worried.
That maybe true, however once you're an RN your a RN. No one can take your education away from you. And eventually you will get a job. It's difficult to get a job as a new grad period, even for a BSN student.
RN-BSN is usually just 1 year of full-time study. Not a waste of time considering a semester is only 1.5k at ncc. For me 6k for the whole program. Actually it's less when I add in grant money... 2k for the whole program.
How long did it take you to find a job after ncc nur? Thanks.
Last edit by kitkats4breakfs on Jan 20, '13