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On 7/19/2021 at 8:17 PM, Heather Bain said:

Wow I’m sorry! 😦  They didn’t give you a reason? Maybe the date you were going for was full? How did you do on the HESI? I took it twice, first time I bombed the science section for Chemistry like actually failed it and everything else was fine I still passed it and my score wasn’t bad and then I took it a second time and brought my sciences up a lot and everything else stayed the same and the score they gave me didn’t change at all. Weird but I guess they look at your math and English to give you their score. I am trying to get in for January 2022 but I don’t find out until August. I have been trying not to even think about it because the days are going by so slow waiting for an answer.  😩 Are you going to try any of their other campuses? Definitely don’t give up. I’m not sure how many times you can apply or transfer your package but have you thought about the one in Arizona or the new campus down in SoCal?  

Hi Heather,

Sorry it took me awhile to respond! I recently just got back from a vacation and now I'm back to reality, LOL. I have a close friend of mine who actually attends a school by the name of West Coast University. It's some what like Chamberlain, but it actually caught my interest a little bit more. The application process is a lot like Chamberlain's, but they go based off a point system instead, which I sort of like better. I'm going to try that campus out for my Accelerated BSN and see what happens! I'm still looking at ADN programs, but those still seem very competitive as well. I wish the process would come quicker though I've been at this for years now it's crazy! I recently caught some interest in Respiratory Therapy as well, so that's always a great back up plan if nursing wasn't to work out for me. Funny story is I actually met three girls on vacation who are RT's and had some pretty cool stories to share with me about their journey. Kinda a coincidence I ran into them with that on my mind! Either way I'm going to keep shooting for nursing and hope I get a chance. Have you found out if you got accepted yet?!

7 minutes ago, Leilani21 said:

Hi Heather,

Sorry it took me awhile to respond! I recently just got back from a vacation and now I'm back to reality, LOL. I have a close friend of mine who actually attends a school by the name of West Coast University. It's some what like Chamberlain, but it actually caught my interest a little bit more. The application process is a lot like Chamberlain's, but they go based off a point system instead, which I sort of like better. I'm going to try that campus out for my Accelerated BSN and see what happens! I'm still looking at ADN programs, but those still seem very competitive as well. I wish the process would come quicker though I've been at this for years now it's crazy! I recently caught some interest in Respiratory Therapy as well, so that's always a great back up plan if nursing wasn't to work out for me. Funny story is I actually met three girls on vacation who are RT's and had some pretty cool stories to share with me about their journey. Kinda a coincidence I ran into them with that on my mind! Either way I'm going to keep shooting for nursing and hope I get a chance. Have you found out if you got accepted yet?!

Oh! and I just read your message about my HESI score. Honestly I wasn't too competitive I got a 75%. I did extremely good in Anatomy I actually scored 100% somehow (odd flex), but everything else I seemed to be pretty basic in like on a C level. I think comprehension was high too, but I'm not sure of the score. I'm not the greatest test taker tbh so that's what scares me about nursing school since I know it's test based, but I tried it out. I wish the exam was more nurse related. I felt like bio, chem, math kinda hurt me for the most part. At least the new school I'm trying for only looks at reading, comp, grammar, and math.

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Has anyone heard they are accepted for Jan 2022? Currently awaiting the admissions committee review. 

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