Tri-C in Cleveland - page 4
A while ago I posted asking about the nursing program application process at Tri-C. I just wanted to update that I received acceptance into the Spring 2010 semester :D. The process was actually pretty fast. I am very excited.... Read More
- 0Aug 25, '09 by SA2009Hey Nicole,
I'm taking it downtown with Dr. London. He actually recorded his lectures and copied them to CD, so we actually do get a lecture. A&P I was pretty stressful, but I took it in the summer class with Biochem, so the volume was a lot. I will take my NET on Thur at Westlake and hopefully start day classes in Jan
- 0Aug 26, '09 by SA2009Hey Nicole,
Thanks! And it would be great if we could start together. I just came back from my Micrology class and it is really a tat confusion. Our lab time seems too short and you feel a bit rushed, but hey, hopefully that's just true for the first few weeks until everything becomes second nature.
Good luck with your classes!
- 0Aug 28, '09 by NewStart2012Quote from SA2009I am not Nicole, but congratulations on passing the NET!!!!!!!!!Hey Nicole,
I just took the NET and it seems like I passed. My Reading is a 73% and Math 93%. Studying with their Study Guide really helped. So, hopefully I get the application next week and can get everything going. It seems like I'll be seeing you in Jan
Hope to see you in Jan.
- 0Aug 28, '09 by fall in Ohioto all who will be met soon at tri-c.
very nice to meet you.
i have a lot of questions for you, friends.
i've finished prerequisite courses by online from other schools.
i phoned to nursing dept. to inquire about net.
she said i need the student id(meaning registered).
without id, can't i take net at tri-c or other net testing center at other schools?
cause i will be applying for fall next year nursing program,
i will not register for tri-c for the time being.
will they permit me to register just for student id?
even though i register for tri-c, can i take online micro and a & p without going to campus?
when i searched the courses offered, micro and a & p were offered by half online lecture and half campus classroom. am i right?
is there any way for me to take net( i just finished prereq but not yet be reviewed) without registeration for tri-c?
please help me.
- 0Aug 28, '09 by SA2009Hey Fall in Ohio,
I would think that you have to be registered to take the NET because they sent the NET results directly to your college; also, I think the passing requirements differ depending on the school. Also, do you already have any A&P classes?
I just took A&P I online and am currently enrolled in A&P II online. Actually, we are only required to go on campus 5 times per semester; first for orientation and then for 4 sectional exams. It depends on the instructor how long you will be on campus because my A&P I instructor did a 30 minute mini lecture before the exam and let us go after the exam. It seems, however, that the instructor for A&P II will keep us on campus for the full scheduled 4 hours to do some lab. Again, you mainly go on campus for the exams.
- 0Sep 3, '09 by shamise18Hello. I'm new to this site and like many of you hoping to get into the nursing program. I'm scheduled to take my NET exam on the 19th. From what I've found on here, the reading part has ended up being harder. Is that true? Also, do you know how far in math they test? Is it just basic algebra? Thanks for your help