Schools without waiting list for 2year RN program??? - page 2

by MrsCurious1 27,506 Views | 14 Comments

Okay so I live in Madison, Wisconsin and I am looking to go to school and get my Associate's in Nursing (for now then may possibly go for my Bachelor's once I've started in the field). All of the technical/community colleges in... Read More


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    You might check out some of the programs in and around medium to smaller size cities in Texas. Abilene, Wichita Falls, Lubbock, Amarillo, Sherman/Denison, Midland/Odessa, Tyler, etc. might be good spots.
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    I live in Wisconsin, and I believe that Herzing College, a private college offering a 2-year ADN does not have a waiting list. The trade-off for the speedy entry, though, is a very high price tag. Good luck!
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    Quote from mags748
    Bryant and Stratton in Wauwatosa does not have a waiting list. At least there wasn't one when I started in May. I started my application process in January. There are three semesters a year, so If you started now you can probably get in for January or May of 2010. It is a two year RN program and they are now accredited NLNAC.

    Also with the last class that graduated in July, out of the 13, 1 person failed NCLEX and 1 has not taken it yet. So the pass rate has greatly increased for NCLEX compared to what has been said in the pass about the pass rate. Most of them that have took NCLEX passed with 75 questions.

    There is no wait list at Wauwatosa for the program. Each incoming cohort after me (I'm in 5th sem) is bigger than my cohort. But they increase the amount staff to accomendate the larger cohorts or offer more options for the class times avaliable.
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    okay thats a lot of good info. i had looked into Herzing at one point and decided i didnt want to go there but i am looking into getting more information about Bryant and Stratton. im just trying to figure out the admissions process and all that.....im hoping to start soon if possible.....
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    So how was your education at Bryant & Stratton? I am enrolled for Jan 2011 and am nervous. I have 6 classes that transfer:

    -ENG 101
    -MATH 103
    -A&P 1
    -A&P 2
    -MICROBIOLOGY
    -PSYCH

    I have see all these videos on youtube about how "B&S screwed me". I am a 33 year old male that has been an Engineer most of my career. I am just really concerned about getting to 5th semester and failing somehow. If a person fails, you lose your time, your money, and all your credits and it seems many fail in the final MedSurg 2 class and ATI.

    Any first hand info?



    Quote from dodgegirl713
    Also with the last class that graduated in July, out of the 13, 1 person failed NCLEX and 1 has not taken it yet. So the pass rate has greatly increased for NCLEX compared to what has been said in the pass about the pass rate. Most of them that have took NCLEX passed with 75 questions.

    There is no wait list at Wauwatosa for the program. Each incoming cohort after me (I'm in 5th sem) is bigger than my cohort. But they increase the amount staff to accomendate the larger cohorts or offer more options for the class times avaliable.


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