hiiiiiii...Is here anyone gonna start accelerated BSN at kramer school of nursing - page 2

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I am planing to start to Accelerated BSN at kramer school of nursing jan 2012, Oklahoma...but some of posts here are very scary...can you help...if you guys know how is that school,,I know its expensive and high NCLEX rate but... Read More


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    Hi,,,if you check website again or put in search section accelerated program ,,,u will get all information,,,they have same page there...anyway I applied today for accelerated program,,,I spoke to them...go ahead and apply,,use transfer application..lets see
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    I know it used to be there! I literally checked in 27 different places!! It just says undergraduate gateway now, nothing about the accelerated program specifically. Do you know about the restrictions for the grades? or whenit starts?
    Thanks
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    whats your email,,,send me PM...I will copy and paste...
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    Courses required of all students (with or without prior bachelorís degrees) before starting 3000-level nursing courses:for accelerated program
    Human Anatomy with a lab (3-5)Human Physiology (may be taught in combination with Human Anatomy) (3-5)Microbiology with a lab (3-4)Introduction to Psychology (3)A college chemistry course with a lab, preferably introductory or organic chemistry (4-5before they required B in chemistry but now I think C is ok too,,,I spoke to them ,,you can start accelerated program in spring but also in fall too,,,,
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    I'm thinking about attending OCU in Jan 2012, too, if I don't get accepted into OU. A couple of weeks ago I was speaking to one of the "higher" up people and they said don't let the cost scare you. She indicated that there are various scholarships and grants available. Also, something else that has changed is the scheduling. For instance, if you start out in the accelerated program and it's too fast, then you can go to the full time or part time and vice versa. So, it looks like they are making it more flexible for the students. I've met alot of staff up there and they are all super nice, so I'm sure if you had any difficulties in a class, they'd be willing to help! I hope this helps! Good luck to you and maybe we'll meet in class one day!
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    I'm thinking about attending OCU in Jan 2012, too, if I don't get accepted into OU. A couple of weeks ago I was speaking to one of the "higher" up people and they said don't let the cost scare you. She indicated that there are various scholarships and grants available. Also, something else that has changed is the scheduling. For instance, if you start out in the accelerated program and it's too fast, then you can go to the full time or part time and vice versa. So, it looks like they are making it more flexible for the students. I've met alot of staff up there and they are all super nice, so I'm sure if you had any difficulties in a class, they'd be willing to help! I hope this helps! Good luck to you and maybe we'll meet in class one day!
    Thank you very much...do you have idea about student loan for second bachelor degree,,anyway my first degree is not from USA,,so have not taken any loan so far.
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    Hi! I actually applied for the Accelerated BSN program at Oklahoma City University for the Kramer School of Nursing and got accepted for January 2012 =)! It's a great school from the research that I have done! Has anyone else gotten in for the same program and the same time? It would be great to get to know some of you before classes actually start!
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    How are you liking the program so far? If I were to attend this program I would have to move back home and leave my husband in SC since there seriously are no nursing schools here. I am wanting to do the BSN 16 month program but I don't know if I am smart enough. I maintain a 3.0 GPA but I am so scared of failing because I would be giving up a lot to do this.
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    I am currently attending the accelerated nursing program at Kramer, however, this is my first semester so I don't have too much insight to offer. I am really enjoying the program so far... the teachers seem to actually want you to learn and understand the material but you are required to do a lot of reading, so be prepared. The testing style will probably be different than what you were used to... it requires you to fully understand everything that was taught, to be able to apply the knowledge and to critically think through the problems. I would recommend checking out a book at the library for NCLEX review and familiarize yourself the style of questions.


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