Additional Nursing Application period at CCRI - page 3
"NOTE: One additional application period will be available for the *Nursing Program: May 26 to June 3, 2009"... Read More
0May 28, '09 by crazensweetit has been extented to July 1.
NOTE: One additional application period will be available for the *Nursing Program:
May 26 to July 1, 2009
In Warwick would that be Professor M?
I hear he's awesome.
1May 28, '09 by NorthofnowhereWhere did you hear that it was extended to July 1st?
I just put in my application, hoping for a spot in the Fall at Providence. The admissions person told me they
were all full, unless something drastic happened over the summer.
I can't believe that they really don't have enough students now. I wonder if it has to do with the TEAS test as well?
There were several girls in my Micro class that were hoping to apply, but non of them passed the TEAS test.
Everyone I've talked to has been saying how "hard" the test was. Luckily I took my more than a year ago
and passed everything the first time.
Well, good luck to everyone. I'm still hoping for a miracle for the Fall, but if not maybe I'll see some of
you next spring. BTW, I attend the at the Lincoln campus.
1May 28, '09 by crazensweetHere is the direct link under the Dean of Health/Nursing page
I just constantly check it since they make changes frequently
and good luck to you!!!!!
1May 28, '09 by MrsPeepThanks for the update! Looks like I'll be sending in another application once my Micro grade has posted! Thanks again!
1May 28, '09 by JubilayheeI am sure that the Teas test in a big reason why they dont have enough people to fill the spring. I won't be surprised if they lower it back down to the 40th percentile soon. And yes my current Micro professor if Mr. M, and so far it is easier and more interesting than Physiology
1May 29, '09 by MrsPeepWere the TEAS tests really that bad? I took them last year after I took the accuplacer (I had been brushing up on my math, so I didn't have to take any math classes!) and I didn't think it was that hard. Most of the math was stuff we ended up doing in dosage anyways.
0May 29, '09 by crazensweetwhoah!!!
I forgot about the TEAS
I have to sign up for it this summer before fall..
I have the book sitting there didnt even look at it yet
I just went to pipeline and where you can do a "What If Analysis" I am shocked at what the requirements were!!!
How come they dont post it on the webpage with the requirements? I thought it was above 50%?
They do stress its best to take after Anatomy and Medication and Dosage.
"NO TENG TEAS English ~ Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) English placement with a minimum score of 75. TEAS can only be taken one (1) time per year.
No TMAT TEAS Math ~ Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Math placement with a minimum score of 64. TEAS can only be taken one (1) time per year.
No TRDG TEAS Reading ~ Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) Reading placement with a minimum score of 85. TEAS can only be taken one (1) time per year."
oh well going to study...Last edit by crazensweet on May 29, '09 : Reason: I still can't spell!!!1
1May 29, '09 by JubilayheeForget about study Anatomy for the test since the science section doesn't technically count and there was only like one anatomy question on the whole test.. I would definetely read the ati study book and brush up on proper grammatical rules for the english part. And i should warn you that it is timed so when taking the math section do all the questions where time doesn't take that long but if you come to question where you cleary see that it takes time like finding the average of a bunch of numbers, just write that question number down on the scrap paper you get and then go back at the end. I ended up passing the math section but I missed like 6 or 7 questions because I did not have enough time for them and that stressed me out big time. The reading comprehension section is like common sense so I would focus in on math and english, and then if you have extra time read the reading sec and then science.