I hope he doesn't mind me passing this on. Here it is :
"1. Admissions requirements are on the ouhsc website, but our ABSN class has 14 students and the max they can accept is 25. This is the 3rd or 4th year of the program and this is the largest class so far. I think if you meet the minimum requirements stated you will likely be accepted. Since it's such a small class you really get to know the instructors.
2. Clinicals are at DRH 1 day a week the first semester and then 2 days a week during the summer and fall semesters. During the final spring semester you work whenever your preceptor works and the program ends at spring break. First semester is rehab type floor. Summer is split between OB and another rehab floor and the fall semester is split between psy and a critical care area (ER, ICU or Surgery).
3. Curriculum is also on the OUHSC website (see below). I don't think there is a specific schedule on the site for the Duncan ABSN program, but the order of the classes is pretty much the same as the Oklahoma City ABSN program. Classes are mostly on campus, with usually one online class per semester. Usually 14 - 16 credit hours per semester, including the summer semester. The summer was 10 of the worst weeks of my life.
4. I don't really know how to explain the exams. I study a lot for exams and other people only study for a day or two before the exam. Just depends on how you learn best, but no one has failed out of our program yet. One thing about OU is that you must score a 75% on all areas of the course to pass the course. If you have a 74% average on your exams and a 100% on all of your other assignments and end up with a 80% for the semester you'll still fail the class.
5. Nurse tech program really only applies to the traditional program since they don't have classes during the summer. There's the option to work some during the fall semester if you want, but I don't think anyone in my program is doing it.
I guess that's about it. Most of the instructors are amazing! Duncan is a real small town and there isn't much to do. I'm not from this area so it's a bit of a change for me. Other then that I highly recommend the program. Just know that it's going to be intense, especially the summer. Let me know if you have any more questions."
If you don't mind me asking, what was your major?