Is three times too many?

  1. 0 Hi all,

    I am a recent graduate of college and I was not a nursing major. I realized I wanted to become a nurse and have been applying to programs. Problem is, there are very few ABSN programs that I fit the bill for (I am lacking some prereqs that some colleges require). I have applied to a school twice and have been waitlisted twice. What are the chances I could improve if I applied a third time? Or is it just too much? Should I just apply to my other 3 or 4 choices?
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  3. Visit  vandydani profile page

    About vandydani

    From 'US'; Joined Jan '13; Posts: 54; Likes: 4.

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  4. Visit  HisKids37 profile page
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    Are you working on prereqs in the meantime?
    Froggybelly likes this.
  5. Visit  vandydani profile page
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    I have most prerequisites done but some require organic chem which I don't have. I'm currently interning at a hospital and volunteering.
  6. Visit  16mm profile page
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    Knock out that o chem
  7. Visit  stephanne profile page
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    i agree to do the organic chemistry as you will most likely need it anyway.
  8. Visit  illusion9376 profile page
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    I also agree to do the organic chemistry. I don't know how your program is, but I know out here having EVERY pre-req, or co-req done will put you in a better position than not having it done.
  9. Visit  stephanne profile page
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    *^ yep
  10. Visit  Alisonisayoshi profile page
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    Do the OChem, it's not the monster it's made out to be.
  11. Visit  akulahawkRN profile page
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    My advice is simple: do the prerequisites that you don't have, and apply to every nursing program that you are qualified for in the meantime. As you become qualified for more programs, apply there too.
  12. Visit  RHill9919 profile page
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    There are tons if absn programs. If you don't want to do the o-Chem, find an absn that doesn't require it. I'm applying to 6 or so school all over the east coast, all fully accredited, & none of them require organic chem.
  13. Visit  GaGeek profile page
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    I wouldn't try that one again without starting that organic chem! But as you said, you have a few other choices. I'd work on those in the meantime :-)


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