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i took the hesi last week and got a 93.33% on the english composite. i received a 4.0 in a&p so my official application score is 7.7332. overall i thought the hesi was a breeze except for that a&p section! i was very concerned that i was going to not make the 70% on that section. thankfully i got an 80% but i swear i must have had some divine intervention because very little of it was familiar to me. i'm also applying to the adn programs for august. i would prefer adn but my score is a lot lesscompetitive due to bs in english and psych. i have a 11.0059 for the adn application. i'm worried that i won't make it and then will have wasted a year of my life. the dilemma is that if i am accepted for the may start program at montgomery, i will have to make a decision before i know if i'm accepted into any of the other programs.
So it looks like doing the LVN program followed by the transition program adds a semester to the overall process. The way it looks to me is that the added semester is in the fall so you wouldn't be able to pick up where you left off until the spring at the earliest. Also, they seem to accept significantly fewer transition students. I assume that the LVN classes are identical to the ADN classes for the first year. Does anyone know if it's possible to apply to just continue with the ADN students? I assume that spots open up due to attrition. I'm curious as to other people's thoughts on possible disadvantages (or advantages if you can think of any) of doing the LVN-transition track vs ADN basic track. Thanks!