watts school of nursing - page 2

by kml0807 4,813 Views | 31 Comments

i was wondering if anybody had any advice on this program before i apply for it.I believe that it is a great program as far as what i read online at their website also does anyone have advice on the pre-admissions test and what... Read More


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    what about my essay like how good is a good essay for admission to watts i wrote basically what it told me to write so idk if that's good enough
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    what about my essay like how good is a good essay for admission to watts i wrote basically what it told me to write so idk if that's good enough
    I was recently accepted into the program and I feel like the admissions process is MUCH easier than what many expect!! In regards to your essay, tug on a few heartstrings, be honest, and you will be fine!! The exam was simple, honestly I didn't study and received a 91/95. I think you either know it or you don't! Also, the program through MOC is 6 months but you could possibly spend that much time on a 'waiting list' with some other school!!! Best of Luck
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    so when is the net time they accept for pre reqs ?
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    so when is the net time they accept for pre reqs ?
    Im pretty sure it's May
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    when is the next time after that ?
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    Jan 2014
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    ohh okay ill just have to wait then bc i am getting a loan for summer at my recent school and cant transfer yet
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    did u have any advice on what classes to take at a community college prior to applying to watts school of nursing because that's where i currently go ?
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    did u have any advice on what classes to take at a community college prior to applying to watts school of nursing because that's where i currently go ?
    It probably really wont make too huge of a difference in regards to what classes you decide to take now. Regardless of your credits you MUST take 18 credits at MOC in order to move to Nursing I. The classes are very accelerated, so if anything maybe take English 111, Psychology, or some other classes that may be harder to cover in just 5 weeks. Once you reach MOC those classes can be replaced with electives! Hope that helps :-)
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    thank you so much it was greatly appreciated


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