Shoreline CC Winter 2013 application points inquiryRegister Today!
- by Kristina13 Oct 23, '12Hello!
I applied to Shoreline's RN program with a point tally of 101.6, just curious if any other applicants are out there and what their points are; and if any current or past students have any insight as to what the general acceptance points are for the program - I have heard varied information, thanks!
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- Oct 24, '12 by NikocolaKristina13,
I have applied to Shoreline as well for winter 2013. Did you factor in the bonus points that you will receive for the 2 college courses for your overall total? I have the exact same number of points as you before factoring in the 4 bonus points. I recently found out that I was accepted into the program at NSCC but Shoreline has always been my first choice. I guess we will know by the end of November. Good luck to you.
- Oct 25, '12 by AndreiCHi everyone!
I have applied to Shoreline as well for winter 2013. I have 103.8 points without the 2 college courses[COLOR=#000000] bonus points. I can't wait for the results to find out if I'm accepted. ...keep checking mail box every day).
Good luck to all of you! [/COLOR]
- Nov 8, '12 by AndreiCHi everyone!
I just got my acceptance letter from SCC Nursing program. I'm so excited..
The minimum points for the students admitted in the program for winter 2013 are 104.25.
Anybody else got good news??
- Nov 9, '12 by NikocolaI got my acceptance letter as well. So excited and nervous all at the same time!
- Nov 12, '12 by AndreiCCongratulation Nikocola!!So, have you decided between Shoreline and North Seattle??
- Nov 14, '12 by NikocolaI will be attending Shoreline. That has always been my first choice. I feel so proud to have been one of 32 to make it into such a competitive program. Congratulations to you as well. I am so excited and am looking forward to meeting our classmates for the next two years.
- Nov 18 by Kia13Yes, I got my acceptance letter too. I'm scared that SCC is too hard to pass. Does anyone have any tip how to prepare and do well in a course?
- Nov 27 by tripleoxerCongratulations! It is hard to tell someone how to prepare in advance because the workload is a shock in the beginning. My tips are: don't read every single page of your reading-skim for the necessary info towards the outcomes, pair up with a group and split outcomes up between you, get a day planner and put everything in it.....study time, work out time, grocery shopping, class, due dates for each assignment...etc. organization is key to staying on track. I save money by buying the previous edition books for class too. The first year is the most intense, then it let's off. Also, always act professional during clinicals, you never know who may be watching and you may want a job there one day good luck!
- Nov 27 by tripleoxerAlso, reach out for help! Talk to your advisor and instructors for tips. They want you to succeed!