Ohio University RN-to-BSN Program - page 172

Since it seems that there's quite a bit of interest, I'm attempting to start a new thread devoted exclusively to the OU on-line RN-BSN program that will hopefully build on the comments on assorted previous threads. I'd like... Read More

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    X-posting here and Spring 2012

    Quote from stephparmThis is still up and running and the school's link on the Epic page is down. And there is a NRSE 455 for early spring now! 17900

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    Hey..So you know for a fact that 17900 is for the spring nursing excellence? Just called school and they stated that they didn't know the codes and I complained about the site to see classes was down….
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    If you click on the link above, it gives that as the early spring session. I just registered. It does not give any dates once you register. So, I will be watching it.
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    I called the school earlier today and got everything squared away so its all good.Im just glad that they are offering Health appraisal next Q.

    I am a bit aprehensive about Statistics online. I was enrolled during Spring Q 2011 but I withdrew during the 3rd week. I had such a hard time with the bell curve stuff. Im wondering if I should just take it at a local university or retry it again through OU.Even with the sites that were listed to help with stats, I still felt pretty Stats stupid
    Any thoughts folks?
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    I took stats at OU and thought it was hard as hell. But I think no matter where you take it, it will be confusing if you don't understand the concepts. I managed to pull a high B, but I seriously think my professor did a MAJOR curve on the exams. But if you took it for 3wks and withdrew, you pretty much know what to expect. I also joined every statistics forum known to man and bugged the heck out of my highly trained in math husband for homework help.

    Good Luck!!
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    Quote from SShannon81
    I called the school earlier today and got everything squared away so its all good.Im just glad that they are offering Health appraisal next Q.

    I am a bit aprehensive about Statistics online. I was enrolled during Spring Q 2011 but I withdrew during the 3rd week. I had such a hard time with the bell curve stuff. Im wondering if I should just take it at a local university or retry it again through OU.Even with the sites that were listed to help with stats, I still felt pretty Stats stupid
    Any thoughts folks?
    Another allnurses member is taking it online at Rio Salado. It's an 8 week course, better paced. I am definitely going to look into it for the end of the year.
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    Rio Salado is either 8 or 14 weeks - but GO at your own Pace -- that being said, I finished the 8 week choice in 5 weeks with an A I had never had any stats before and their book is very well- laid out for learning!! Just walk through the examples. I also have the book available if anyone signs up at Rio - PM me
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    I think they may even have online chemistry and micro.......just for me!
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    Question:

    Have any of you applied and been accepted before you passed NCLEX? I spoke with one of the reps a few months ago and asked if I needed to pass NCLEX before I applied and he didnt seem to have an accurate answer for me.

    I graduate in June and hope to take NCLEX by August at the latest, but I wanted to get the ball running on applying to RN-BSN programs.
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    Quote from starmickey03
    Question:

    Have any of you applied and been accepted before you passed NCLEX? I spoke with one of the reps a few months ago and asked if I needed to pass NCLEX before I applied and he didnt seem to have an accurate answer for me.

    I graduate in June and hope to take NCLEX by August at the latest, but I wanted to get the ball running on applying to RN-BSN programs.
    Call the school directly - I have taken classes with people that had not taken NCLEX - they were still in the ADN program and were taking BSN classes as well. It may be on a case by case basis - but it can't hurt to ask! Good luck!
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