Mercy SON Spring 2012 Hopefulls | allnurses

Mercy SON Spring 2012 Hopefulls

  1. 0 any applying for the spring semester and is there anyone who doesnt have a bachelors thats applying or that has already got in?
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    From 'MD'; Joined Aug '09; Posts: 31.

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  3. Visit  CertifiedTech profile page
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    I am and am so nervous!
  4. Visit  jmlucie profile page
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    I applied for spring 2012. I already have a BA in another field, and still need to take my teas. From what i undestand, you get a point for having a BA or a BS, but what matters most are your GPA, teas scores and your grades on A&P 1 and 2.
    I took A&P a long time ago and made a B, I recently took the second part and made an A. I was advised to take A&P 1 over since it's been so long so i'm retaking it in the fall along with micro. I am very curious as to how they will judge my application. will they use my 1st A&P score or wait for the second one ? I have all my psch , sociology and nutrion courses completed with all A's
    . I am beyond nervous !!!!!!!!!!!!
  5. Visit  DeepDimples profile page
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    Well I go and take the TEAS on tues Im so nervous, will post results afterwards.
  6. Visit  cindyb2010 profile page
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    good luck to all that have applied. i graduated from mercy this last winter and loved it. in my class there was only a handful of people who don't have a previous degree, maybe 3 or 4. good luck
  7. Visit  DeepDimples profile page
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    Well I turned in my application today and the administator said that my teas test didn't have to be bac until sept. 1 and that notifications come out sept. 15th.. such a long time to wait...
  8. Visit  jmlucie profile page
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    Deep Dimples,
    did you get to take your teas on tuesday? if so how was it ???
  9. Visit  wish2be profile page
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    I applied for Spring and hold a BS in another area. Need to take the TEAS....anxiously waiting!!!!!
  10. Visit  Slewski profile page
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    I just received my acceptance letter from Mercy and will begin spring 2012!
  11. Visit  prosoccer747 profile page
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    I am new to this website but have many questions and was looking for some help! I go to North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC. I am in the process of getting a 4 year degree in Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Biology along with a minor in Spanish. After the four years, I will have lots of hours volunteering at hospitals, working in some research in hospitals, studying abroad with (hopefully) fluency in spanish, and other extracurricular service activities. I want to go to accelerated nursing school in Charlotte (close to home) after I get my 4 year degree. Mercy seems like a great option because it is close, inexpensive, and fast. I saw on the website that they only admit 10 students into the ABSN program. If I keep my GPA around a 3.6 will I have a good chance of getting in? Is this a good option? I am wanted to join a "traveling doctors" as a nurse afterwards to get experience before possibly specializing. Any helpful suggestions as to what I should do or if I am on a good track thus far?

    Thanks guys!
  12. Visit  livelaughlove09 profile page
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    Quote from prosoccer747
    I am new to this website but have many questions and was looking for some help! I go to North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC. I am in the process of getting a 4 year degree in Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Biology along with a minor in Spanish. After the four years, I will have lots of hours volunteering at hospitals, working in some research in hospitals, studying abroad with (hopefully) fluency in spanish, and other extracurricular service activities. I want to go to accelerated nursing school in Charlotte (close to home) after I get my 4 year degree. Mercy seems like a great option because it is close, inexpensive, and fast. I saw on the website that they only admit 10 students into the ABSN program. If I keep my GPA around a 3.6 will I have a good chance of getting in? Is this a good option? I am wanted to join a "traveling doctors" as a nurse afterwards to get experience before possibly specializing. Any helpful suggestions as to what I should do or if I am on a good track thus far?

    Thanks guys!
    Hi there! I graduated from Mercy and was in the accelerated program. Mercy gets two thumbs up from me. They have a fantastic program with knowledgeable educators and give you every opportunity for success when you apply yourself.

    Accelerated students are chosen after admittance into the nursing program. During the first semester the accelerated students are chosen based on interest in the option and current success in the program. Sure your GPA makes a difference in selection if there is a lot of interest but it is much more based on how you are doing in nursing school at the time. They never want to set someone up for failure and if those nursing tests are giving someone a difficult time they would rather see success at a slower pace.

    It's definitely an option to look into. I owe my successes in my career to Mercy and their educators. Best decision I ever made.

    Best of luck to you.


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