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mb1949 has 2 years experience and specializes in med surg home care PEDS.

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I have finally been accepted at BCC for fall 2007--start my clinicals, I have already been in school for 3 semesters,

I hear nothing but good things about the program as far a pass rates on the boards and getting jobs, however, I hear the program is super intense, any one else going to BCC or graduated, any advice

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girls1 has 1 years experience and specializes in LTC.

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It is very intense. Keep your head in your books. I am getting ready to start my 3rd semester of the program.

Note: Nur 41/42 are so different then the other courses, you'll think you've entered a different program.

Good luck.

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mb1949 has 2 years experience and specializes in med surg home care PEDS.

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It is very intense. Keep your head in your books. I am getting ready to start my 3rd semester of the program.

Note: Nur 41/42 are so different then the other courses, you'll think you've entered a different program.

Good luck.

I am getting really nervous, I envy you only 1 semester to go, good luck to both of us

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Study! Study! It was a great school in 1970! I have worked all over the USA and I am so glad I went to a New York City school. Very high standards. I love nursing-so many aspects! Exhausting and humbling.

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Ari RN has 7 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in PICU, Peds Ambulatory, Peds LTC.

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The above comments are funny but extremely TRUE!

The program is doable but extremely intense.

Say goodbye to your social life. It will resurrect after graduation.

READ, READ, READ, APPLY what you READ in different scenarios.

Good Luck!

Beware drill sergeant Morris......! She's a sweetheart deep, deep, deep, deep down. She means well!!!!!

Graduating class of 2004! ASN (BCC)

Graduating class of 2007! BSN (Hunter)

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girls1 has 1 years experience and specializes in LTC.

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Thanks for the replies. I graduated today.

That program was awful. Of the 50 students admitted in my first semester, only about 6 of us actually graduated on time.

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I would like to hear from anyone from my graduating class of Jan 1970.It was a small class. I remember firstnames,hve some addresses and maiden names only. My name is Lenore. Thanks, L

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Ari RN has 7 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in PICU, Peds Ambulatory, Peds LTC.

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Thanks for the replies. I graduated today.

That program was awful. Of the 50 students admitted in my first semester, only about 6 of us actually graduated on time.

CONGRATS!!!!!:yeah:

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girls1 has 1 years experience and specializes in LTC.

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Thanks!

flyfish, did you try the alumni association?

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girls1 has 1 years experience and specializes in LTC.

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To Girls1: Yes, I contacted the alumni assoc.as you suggested. It will probably take a long time to get a reply. Thanks, Fly.

Okay, cool. I wish you tons of luck locating them. Also consider other nursing forums and people finder sites. Come to think of it, people-finder sites may be your best bet.

Good luck with your search.

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