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BMCC Pre-Nursing: Fall 2020 and onward

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Hello!

I am a first-year, a transfer student at BMCC from LaGCC in 2015, and my major is Undeclared Health. I have already acquired my AAS in Communications and am returning to school to become a Registered Nurse.

As of now, I am working on my pre-requisites (Fall 2020: CHE 121, CRT 100*, and MAT 104). Hoping to take BIO 425 in Spring 2021, BIO 426 in Summer 2021, and BIO 420 in Fall 2021 which would then allow me to sit for the HESI A2 in December 2021. Not sure if this means I would be able to apply for the Nursing Program come Spring 2022 or wait a semester and apply Fall 2022.

*A writing-intensive course is necessary to graduate therefore I am taking CRT 100.

Although I won't be sitting for the HESI A2 until another year, I wanted to be as prepared as I possibly could be and have already purchased flashcards that I am hoping will allow me to pass with a 95%+. One of the reviews on the flashcards stated that a purchaser received a 96% on her first try. Here is the link to the flashcards in the case that someone else would like to purchase them: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1628456531/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o03_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Hope everyone is having a great weekend! Looking forward to hearing from you! 🙂

P.S. If you are pursuing Nursing at BMCC, do you plan on applying for the day or evening program and why? I read in another thread on allnurses that there are 2 day programs (morning and early afternoon) as well as the evening program. Does anyone know if this is true? Does this mean that there are 81 applicants admitted to the Nursing program as a whole (81 students per program / 3 programs = 27 seats for each program) or 81 students per program (81 students x 3 programs =243 seats as a whole).

 

BMCC-Nursing-Admission-COVID-19-Changes.pdf

Correction, they scored a 94% on their first try, not a 96%.