Anyone applying for Bellevue College nursing 2013-2014 program?!
- 0Aug 16, '12 by ccchristine5Hello!
I am applying this February for the Bellevue College RN program for 2013-2014, I just wanted to see if there is anyone else out there that is applying for that time period as well?!
Where else is everyone applying?! Anyone taken the TEAS yet?
- 0Aug 21, '12 by ccchristine5okkkay! yeah i did my prereqs at lake WA, i thought about applying there but their program isn't accredited. I don't know what kind of effect if any that has on anything but I didn't want to risk it. I am going to apply to Seattle Central and Bellevue and both of their applications are due in February. I am going to buy a TEAS study book and start studying probably in a few weeks and take it whenever I feel confident, lol. Where do you go to school now?
- 0Aug 21, '12 by daniellethompsonI'm thinking if I don't get into BC or Everett, I'll apply at Lk WA. I don't know how important the accredidation is either, but that's why it's not my top choice. I'm not going to bother applying for Shorline because I don't have any medical work experience which puts me at less than 100 points.
I have the TEAS V Study Guide and have started working through it, but have a long ways to go till I'm ready! I am finished with my pre-reqs now, but had been going to BC part time the last two years. I am going to do the CNA program at BC this fall.
- 0Aug 22, '12 by daniellethompsonThe study guide is good. I went through the reading section and now I'm working my way through the math, very slowly It doesn't go into a lot of detail, but I think it covers all the stuff that you need to know how to do. I plan on just going through the guide and then referring to my texts or online for more help if needed. I bought the ATI practice tests also and I think I might buy the McGraw Hill book with like 5 more practice tests, just to make sure I'm ready!
- 0Sep 11, '12 by sunshine.I will be applying this year too! I bought the ATI study manual and the online practice tests. I took one of the online tests today and scored pretty well on everything but the science section. There was a lot of chemistry on it, and I haven't taken that yet (chem and stats are my last prerequisites; i'm taking them this fall at BC). The anatomy/physiology questions were very simple though. I'm definitely going to wait until after fall quarter to take the test so I can learn all of this chemistry!
Have any of you taken the Compass e-write test yet?
- 0Sep 11, '12 by daniellethompsonI took the e-write a couple of months ago for application to the CNA program. Luckily I don't have to do it again! It's not hard if you can write a decent essay. It was wierd for me to write without having spellcheck and grammer corrections by word. I'm guessing that's why I got a 10.
- 0Oct 30, '12 by jmlawsonI took the TEAS v recently and most of the sections are fairly easy. The science section, though...STUDY! The content on there is mostly basic stuff, but if you haven't taken chemistry or intro biology in a while, I suggest you study that. Knowing what I know now, I am gonna retest once the fall quarter is over.