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- BTW I havn't had a math class since highschool 1995ish but if you are a practicing nurse you should do fine.
- Quote from fostermomof3I agree with you, according to this description you gave, it doesn't seem like it will be to difficult. Thanks for the heads up.I would love to have a "buddy" on my journey. I plan on two semesters. You need to just take your time with the test and read the questions very carefully. I went back and noticed I missed several questions b/c I read them too fast. Have a good calculator and remember to always do ur multiplication and division b4 addition and subtraction on the algebra parts. Some basic stuff was like how many grams are in a kilogram and what does < and > mean. The lang part was very easy. Good luck and keep me posted. I have my interview with my enrol guy Wed. Amy
I am hoping also to complete my program in two semesters.
Great we will use this site and the WGU site to communicate. I look forward to getting started and finiishing, it's been a long time coming. I'd like to continue with the Masters later on.
- Me too, but I can only tackle one thing at a time!
- Quote from fostermomof3I work as a full time RN Supervisor. My fear's have been aleviated a great deal, with your help. ThanksBTW I havn't had a math class since highschool 1995ish but if you are a practicing nurse you should do fine.
- Quote from fostermomof3Yes, I understand that to. I will only concentrate for now on the BSN. We will do this!!!!!Me too, but I can only tackle one thing at a time!
- I used other tabs to look up stuff I was unsure of and I wouldn't look at the answers just to make sure I had the right answer on my paper b4 choosing one. How sure are you about the transfer of sciences over 10 years old? I can't believe I didn't ask that on my first phone call.
- Quote from fostermomof3Well, what I was giving to understand by the person I spoke with on the phone (and I also graduated in 1999) was "it all should (I use should carefully)transfer even after 10 years." However; the school will decide on what they will accept, so it's really down to them. I guess we will have to wait and see.I used other tabs to look up stuff I was unsure of and I wouldn't look at the answers just to make sure I had the right answer on my paper b4 choosing one. How sure are you about the transfer of sciences over 10 years old? I can't believe I didn't ask that on my first phone call.
- Thanks Dee! Hope to see you on here soon. Let me know how ur entrance assessment goes. Bye for now.
- Jul 11, '11 by kloneI took a college algebra class in 1993 and they accepted it for transfer. Ditto an intro to psych course.
- Jul 26, '11 by fostermomof3Quote from Annamarie_RNI start the RN-BSN program April 1st. I graduated with my RN April 2010 and now for in a HCA hospital. Luckily I get 10% off tuition for being a HCA employee. I hope to complete my BSN in the 1st 6 months **fingers crosses**. My co worker stated his wife completed her is 2 months and he is hoping for 4 months. I on the there side have 3 young children, the primary bread winner and a husband who is in school. I really hope this works out well. They are SO vague in describing anything, you almost have to wait to start to find anything out. I also will be receiving grant money so I hope not to use tuition reimbursement and have to commit 2 years to my hospital. Good luck to all and I would LOVE to hear from others who have done or are currently in the RN-BSN program!! Also any tips would be welcome
Hi, just seeing if i could get an update. R u still on track to finish in one semester? How is it going? I too think WGU are very vague, could you elaborate? Any tips?