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BRIDGING NURSING GBC or Humber

Has 5 years experience.

Hi,

Soooo I'm having a dilemma of whether I should choose to go to GBC in sept 2020 or Humber for Jan 2021. The course avg you need to maintain during the bridging program is what is overhwleming me and causing my dilemma mostly. Any current students or graduates from either programs who want to give their input I would greatly appreciate it. Really anything at all about either programs good bad and the ugly, seriously bless yall.

itsnelarmstrong

Has 1 years experience.

Im also applying for Bridging Nursing at Humber.

GBC_Student, BSN, LPN, RN

Has 5 years experience.

For the GBC bridge you need to "b) graduated from the Bridging program (George Brown) with a minimum overall cumulative average of 75%; c) achieved a grade of not less than 70% in the follow courses NURS1093, NURS1101, NURS1074, NURS1084, (or in the approved equivalent course); and d) achieved a grade of not less than 60% in the other NURS courses or the approved equivalent course and two (2) approved university level Liberal Studies (or in the approved equivalent courses). "

As long as you keep up with the assignments don't work too much it's not that difficult to keep your average up.

PNDtoBScNto?, LPN

Has 5 years experience.

8 hours ago, GBC_Student said:

For the GBC bridge you need to "b) graduated from the Bridging program (George Brown) with a minimum overall cumulative average of 75%; c) achieved a grade of not less than 70% in the follow courses NURS1093, NURS1101, NURS1074, NURS1084, (or in the approved equivalent course); and d) achieved a grade of not less than 60% in the other NURS courses or the approved equivalent course and two (2) approved university level Liberal Studies (or in the approved equivalent courses). "

As long as you keep up with the assignments don't work too much it's not that difficult to keep your average up.

LOL three different % cutoffs...why do they have to make it so complicated?

I'm assuming you completed your BScN there. If you don't mind a few questions.

a) How would you say the profs were?...kind? actually teach or almost always self-study? Were the tests/exams fair?

b) How much would you say you used the textbooks?

Would really appreciate your input. Thanks.

PNDtoBScNto?, LPN

Has 5 years experience.

Does anyone know what the average you have to maintain in the Humber bridging program?

GBC_Student, BSN, LPN, RN

Has 5 years experience.

For the most part the instructors were fine,nothing to get excited about but competent enough. They treated us better than the GBC rpn instructors treated me when I was an rpn student. It's been a little while but I don't think I spent more than $2500 over the 3 years on text books.

PNDtoBScNto?, LPN

Has 5 years experience.

I'm seriously stunned, there are 8 courses in the first semester (*GBC). rip sleep schedule.

GBC_Student, BSN, LPN, RN

Has 5 years experience.

It's a huge juggling act and there are so many small assignments worth 3%,5%,8%. It's obnoxious but it's not difficult. You should sit down when you get the outlines and plug in every assignment into a calendar or a spread sheet. There's a lot of manage but I firmly believe that if a person can pass the rpn program then the bridge isn't bad by comparison.

Bellacoe

Has 1 years experience.

On 6/14/2020 at 3:27 AM, itsnelarmstrong said:

Im also applying for Bridging Nursing at Humber.

Hi! I was wondering if you have already applied for the bridging program at Humber.
I recently graduated from the PN at Humber and would like to bridge. If you have any information on the application process please let me know.

itsnelarmstrong

Has 1 years experience.

Just now, Bellacoe said:

Hi! I was wondering if you have already applied for the bridging program at Humber.
I recently graduated from the PN at Humber and would like to bridge. If you have any information on the application process please let me know.

Hey. You can apply if you have 74% Program GPA and currently registered as RPN with CNO. If you want more info, type “RPN-BN Bachelor of Nursing - Humber College” and go to admission requirements.

Bellacoe

Has 1 years experience.

Thank you !

have you applied already ?

1 minute ago, itsnelarmstrong said:

Hey. You can apply if you have 74% Program GPA and currently registered as RPN with CNO. If you want more info, type “RPN-BN Bachelor of Nursing - Humber College” and go to admission requirements.

Thank you!

have you applied already

itsnelarmstrong

Has 1 years experience.

1 minute ago, Bellacoe said:

Thank you !

have you applied already ?

Thank you!

have you applied already

I cabr because im not registered yet.

Bellacoe

Has 1 years experience.

I heard that they accept a number of students and was wondering if that number both includes Seneca and Humber pn graduates. Do you know anything regards to that

itsnelarmstrong

Has 1 years experience.

5 minutes ago, Bellacoe said:

I heard that they accept a number of students and was wondering if that number both includes Seneca and Humber pn graduates. Do you know anything regards to that

They only accept 50 students I think, from qualified seneca and humber students. It’s pretty competitive because they will based admission on GPA

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