[COLOR=#000000][/COLOR][COLOR=#000000]I already have a BS in Psychology and I applied to El Centro for Spring 2013. I had 24 overall points and an advisor at El Centro told me over the phone that I would get in with that score. I had assumed that if youstarted nursing there you could get done sooner than two years if you had allthe support classes done. I just found out recently from an advisor that thatsnot the case & that you cannot "double up" on the nursingclasses. Also that the bridge through UTA takes 13 months. I was not expectingto spend over 3 years on getting my BSN, so I am trying to decide if its worthit to go ahead and start or wait and see if I can get into a faster programthrough a University. I want to be in the DFW area.
-I spoke to an advisore at Baylor and had a transcript evaluation done. I have a 3.71 for their requirements and she said that I had a good chance of getting into their fastbacc program, but since they accept so few students it is hard to say what the applicant pool would be like. Their program is only 12 months!
-I don't really want to pay TCU's tuition, but would probably have a higher GPA there since my only C is in Chemistry and they don't consider Chemistry. Their accelerated program is 15 months.
-For TWU' 2nd degree seeking requirmentS I would have a 3.54. Their program is 2 years.
I need advice from anyone excperienced in the Dallas area and who have encountered similar circumstances. HELP! I would appreciate all the advice I can get![/COLOR]