This is a discussion on Dishonesty in Online Nursing Schools, Traditional Schools, Colleges, Universities ... I applied for the 2012 Summer Cohort. The advisor advised me to join the ANA and INA which cost me...by woodsblake May 2, '12I applied for the 2012 Summer Cohort. The advisor advised me to join the ANA and INA which cost me $400. I was told that they had an unlimited number of slots and that they only turned down applications based on issues of quality. I was advised that I had a very competitive application with 3.6 average and a good resume. I got my rejection letter the other day that clearly stated that there was a limited number of slots. Top nursings school? I doubt it because I have been a RN since May 2003, I'm a good writer, and I'm good at what I do. I doubt they are top because evidently dishonesty is the policy there. If it weren't, I wouldn't have conflicting data between my rejection letter and what the enrollment advisor told me.
Good luck to anybody who decides to waste their time, money, and resouces with this school.
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