Additional Application Period at CCRI
- 0Aug 28, '09 by crazensweethey guys sorry i didnt post this sooner
"please note: one additional application period will be available for the *nursing program:
october 1 through november 2, 2009"
"i wish to apply to the nursing program in the application periods that start february 2 and may 26. what criteria will be considered for potential admission to the program?
- in addition to the admission requirements, applications will be considered through a competitive process and includes the following criteria:
Last edit by crazensweet on Aug 28, '09
- exceptional (b- or above) grades in biol 1010, biol 1020, and heal 1060
- cumulative gpa (2.7 or better)
- accuplacer reading score of (90 or above)
- teas test scores of (50th percentile or above) "
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- 1Aug 28, '09 by NorthofnowhereThanks for posting this crazensweet.
I was told by admissions a couple of months ago they were probably going to have this additional application period. They are really struggling to get enough applicants for next Spring.
Someone in Lincoln told me they only had 10 applicants for the evening program and 5 applicants for the day program. Unless you just don't meet the criteria at all...I think most people will get in.
Unless a miracle occurs and I get in this fall, I'll be in the day program at Lincoln next Spring!
- 1Aug 28, '09 by JubilayheeI'm glad that they are having trouble finding students. Hopefully this will force them to lower their teas scores, number of pre reqs, ecetera. ASN programs are supposed to be two years. With their pre reqs at CCRI, it takes at least three semesters right there(sequence of science classes), so it takes at least 3 1/2 years for a so called two year degree. That needs to change. And nursing instructors won't be able to brag able how so many people want your seat, how easily your replacable.Last edit by Jubilayhee on Aug 28, '09
- 0Sep 1, '09 by nurse2009boy you really are delusional well go ahead and believe that if you like. let me know in a few years when you finally get in and maybe pass because there is a high failure rate not just in this school in all nursing schools.
were i went to school we started with 60 and only graduated 29 but we all passed the boards first time to.