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ANYBODY APPLIED TO CNI COLLEGE IN ORANGE, CA?

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Does anyone attend, is attending or will be signing up for CNI college in Orange County? When did they notify you that you were accepted or denied into the program before it started? (A week before, 2 weeks before? ECT) How was the program? Is it intense? Is it hard to get accepted into it because a lot of applicants are applying?

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I just applied today, sent in my transcripts, and awaiting reply. I don't have prerequisites for cc and don't really want to spend a year getting them so this is my best option. Keep me updated if you hear anything and I will too.

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On 4/26/2019 at 10:41 AM, Rachel Vasquez said:

I just applied today, sent in my transcripts, and awaiting reply. I don't have prerequisites for cc and don't really want to spend a year getting them so this is my best option. Keep me updated if you hear anything and I will too.

I got accepted into the May 6 cohort 28. Have you paid for the admissions fee & did the drug & physcal yet?

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6 hours ago, Anon143 said:

I got accepted into the May 6 cohort 28. Have you paid for the admissions fee & did the drug & physcal yet?

Do you mind me asking what you had done as far as schooling goes and anything else you feel helped you to get in? Also what was your score for your TEAS test? 

I will be applying soon and wanted to know how hard it is to get in, hoping to get accepted. 

Thanks!! 

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cori_ has 8 years experience as a LVN and works as a Case Manager.

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Study the TEAS yellow book from Amazon. That's the best $20! Basic math, English, sciences. Focus on chem (I got a bunch of chem questions) and basic biology. If you don't pass the 1st time, that's ok! Try again! Believe me a bunch of people take the TEAS 2 or 3 times. [not me]

There are many applicants throughout the year. Seems like a new cohort starts every 3-4 months. There is no waitlist, you will eventually get in if you don't make the deadline for the upcoming cohort. Just keep in contact with your admissions advisor. 

I'm in the ADN now and honestly, this is a very accelerated program once you start your core nursing classes. The first 3 quarters are your pre-reqs. Develop good study habits from the start. Get a study group! Attend tutoring sessions. Talk to classmates. Don't be shy! ASK QUESTIONS!

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6 hours ago, cori_ said:

Study the TEAS yellow book from Amazon. That's the best $20! Basic math, English, sciences. Focus on chem (I got a bunch of chem questions) and basic biology. If you don't pass the 1st time, that's ok! Try again! Believe me a bunch of people take the TEAS 2 or 3 times. [not me]

There are many applicants throughout the year. Seems like a new cohort starts every 3-4 months. There is no waitlist, you will eventually get in if you don't make the deadline for the upcoming cohort. Just keep in contact with your admissions advisor. 

I'm in the ADN now and honestly, this is a very accelerated program once you start your core nursing classes. The first 3 quarters are your pre-reqs. Develop good study habits from the start. Get a study group! Attend tutoring sessions. Talk to classmates. Don't be shy! ASK QUESTIONS!

Thank you so much for your reply!! I took my TEAS already in February and got a 66.7  or 67.6 can’t remember exactly but I did pass their requirement of at least 60% I have done all prerequisites through community college and hoping they will take a good portion of them. I do know I need to retake human anatomy and microbiology because it past the year mark, which I am totally ok with since I know it will only benefit me to know it even more. I was a little hesitant at first to apply here since they do not yet have their BSN accreditation, but hoping they will by the time I need to take it. 

A few questions for the science classes or really all in general. Are they multiple choice questions or free response? Also, what books or where should I focus on, to help me prepare, to get a head start for this program? 

Where are they contracted with for their clinical? 

Thank you again so much for your reply!!! 

Mall the info I can get helps so so tremendously! 

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