TCC Spring 2013 Applicants - page 10
I have not seen a thread yet so I thought I would get one going for those applying for this Spring.... Read More
- 0Sep 16, '12 by LaurenMC1984Does anyone know if the program accepts recommendation letters, and if they do WHOM would you be addressing that letter to??
I have tried calling the secretary to the dean several times, and never got a call back.
I heard so far that most people are having trouble on the vocab. portion of the HESI, maybe because they thought that would be easy and didn't study it. I am focusing on my weakness, MATH and making sure to ACE that.
FLASH CARDS HELP!
- 0Sep 16, '12 by LaurenMC1984That makes me feel better. I have been trying to count on here how many people have 3.5 GPA's. I guess I am just making myself nervous. Seems pretty even across the board. I know they are only looking at 4 sciences to determine your GPA.
3 A's and a B=3.8 (so I don't know where the 3.75 is coming from??) Maybe I am wrong...
I know 2 A's and 2B's is 3.5.
I haven't taken the Hesi yet KLP. I do on the 21st. I know to be competitive you have to make a 90 on it though.
GOOD LUCK!!! Wish they did interviews to determine personality types before accepting. Just seems unfair to me.. Oh well. I am trying to be realistic with my expectations at this point, work hard, and hope for the best!!
- 1Sep 18, '12 by Jgaw1820Hi Lauren! Math was also my weakness. So I studied the math section in the HESI study book and kind of skipped over all the rest. I ended up acing the math portion on the HESI, but I only made high B's on the other sections. I did look over the vocab list several times but the vocab section was more difficult than I had expected. Also, when I was talking to the advisor at TCC getting my application I asked her if I should get recommendation letters and she told me no they didn't look at them.
- 0Sep 18, '12 by kate0226Quote from NyknickHi everyone. I am from the fall thread and am in my first semester right now. You do NOT need a physical to apply. Turn in your immunizations with your app that you have completed and be sure you will get your last hep b shot before the semester starts. Also, if you haven't gotten your flu shot for this winter I would get that done and documented. You will turn in the health form regarding the physical after you are accepted or at orientation. Good luck to everyone applying! I know it is such a hard wait, but stay positive!Has anyone already submitted their application? I saw someone posted earlier that we don't need a physical to apply but I just wanted confirmation if that is correct. Also, do we have any idea of how many applicants they're expecting and how many spots to fill?