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- Sep 14, '12 by chelseafthanks so much! yes well i got a D in psychology and then i retook it and im retaking the BIO now cause i couldnt drop it last year casue i was living on campus. is chem 110 equivalent to highschool chemistry? because they told me as long as i had a year of hs biology and a year of highschool chem iwas good. the classes that i took/takingnow are english 101 and 102, math118, sociology, a few electives, bio109, psych, cis103. im like extremely nervous lmao. i REALLY despertately want to get in. Im going to meet with someone for morer information about applying and deadlines becasue they told me that the earler you apply the better because they will start accepting people before others even take the allied health test. any tips/advice would be so great. like i know its going to be hard but i really want to do it.
- Sep 14, '12 by cupidsqueen420I'm sorry..correction...if you haven't had bio or chem in the last 10 yrs its a requirement to retake them. The earlier you apply the better it is. You need to attend the information session in order to get an application. They start mid October. If you go to this website: faculty.ccp.edu/dept/cst that is where you will find all the information about the nursing program. Click the link to Nursing and there will be an option for important dates and deadlines. That will tell you when, where, and what time the information sessions are being held. Once you send in your application they will mail you a letter with the date and time of your Allied health test. It consists of math and english. The test is very fast paced. You only get approx 1 min per question. Most of the questions are not hard but they want to see how quickly and efficiently your brain works. Once you take your test you will be able to get your results in a few weeks from a counselor. Based on your score you will be able to figure out whether your likely to get accepted or not. Acceptance letters go out in February. Try to get as many classes done prior to starting because 1 nursing course is 4 days a week and the amount of reading material is very overwhelming. Good luck!
- Sep 14, '12 by chelseafthanks so much for all of the info and help, so kind of you. and good luck in the nursing classes
- Sep 19, '12 by vealalHi Deucedst, I have a question for u. For me it seems that the reading a lot, I can't finish!!! how did you study for the tests? all the book reading, power points? thank you.
- Sep 24, '12 by shahoo05Elevated BP, elevated HR, anxiety, headache, confusion...what could it be? Oh, these are the symptoms of having our first test tomorrow.
- Sep 26, '12 by cupidsqueen420So how does everyone feel about there quiz scores? I'm pretty happy with my grade.
- Sep 26, '12 by NikiPHLI did really well and if some of the questions get reviewed and they decide to accept more than one answer, I'll have more points. I didn't study nearly as much as I could have as I haven't been feeling well so I was surprised. A lot of the pharmacology questions I already knew, so that was a big help.
- Sep 27, '12 by shahoo05It wasn't as bad as I was expecting, and I was happy with my grade, too. The things I got wrong were from the minor topics I knew I should study but didn't have time to. I was mostly fine with the style since I did a lot of practice questions.