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Anyone going for the One Day a week nursing program At Ocean County College

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by horsesandhounds horsesandhounds (New Member) New Member

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Hey

I was just wondering if anyone was applying to Ocean County Colleges in Toms River NJ's One day a wekk nursing program. Anyone who is in it how hard is it?

Thanks

Shira

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Wow! I didn't realize there were programs like that. The schools in my area pretty much offer full time only, with one or two offering night classes (that I know of anyways)

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I am! I just took the TEAS on 5/7 and passed with a 69th percentile. I just talked to the nursing dept. at school today and the exceptance letters are going out in mid June. Good luck!

P.S. My friend from a Micro class just finished her first semester for the program and got a B+. She said it's not so bad and just a lot of assignments.

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Hello All,

I am wondering if anyone has the required book list for the nursing courses for this program..... I would like to get a jump start on my reading and outlining if I could..... any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks so much and good luck to all!

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Dionyonce has 3 years experience and specializes in Nursing Forever!!!!!!!.

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Wow can someone elaborate on the "one day of the week".. would that mean morning or night...i sooo need a Nursing school to go to ASAP..its June 1st but i know its not impossible...i was in Trinitas but with the negativity not making it passed the first class... im not going there So please can someone share info...Much Much appreciated

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