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It was 334. I asked the advisor what the lowest accepted was but she wouldn't tell me. Knowing my luck it was 334.5. Haha!

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If anyone is also from Jacksonville and would like to car pool let me know. I will be attending this fall as well. :)

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@MCameron

Hi there!

I will be commuting from southwest Jacksonville. Car pooling may be an option for me somedays!! i believe there are 2 morning groups and one afternoon group. I plan to request the afternoon group so that I can make sure my kids get on the bus in the morning. Depending on which groups we are assigned too, it would be nice to have the carpool option :)

-Angela

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@JZambrano

Good luck with your alternate status!! Definitely attend orientation on Tuesday :)

From what I also heard in the information session, many alternates end up getting in.

As for class times... My understanding was that the morning groups are 8-12, afternoon 1-5 or thereabouts. With a lab on certain days either before or after, depending on which group you are in. Clinicals will be either a weekday or weekend day... to be assigned, but requests are considered.

Hoping to get a lot more details on Tuesday!!!!!

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Luckily I got called the week after letters went out and was offered a seat! See all of y'all on Tuesday!

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Hey guys! I enjoyed reading your thread. I have some questions. I tried to apply last year, but I did not make it. I scored low in the science and vocational adjustment index sections. Any tips? I would really appreciate it. :)

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Hey guys! I enjoyed reading your thread. I have some questions. I tried to apply last year, but I did not make it. I scored low in the science and vocational adjustment index sections. Any tips? I would really appreciate it. :)

I purchased the Mometrix PSB Registered Nurse Study Guide. It helped tremendously. I took about three weeks to study the book and practice the test questions. I did that to where I felt comfortable with the material. Also, during the actual test, I made sure to go with my gut and answer honestly on the Vocational Adjustment Index section. Science - you just have to brush up on all of the basics and the study guide I mentioned should help you with that.

Best of luck to you and don't hesitate to ask any other questions you may have!

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I'm preparing to take the PSB for the ADN program, Fall 2018. Recommendations for books to study for the PSB?

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I went to the PSB prep class and they recommended the Mometrix PSB Study Guide and the RN Pre Entrance Exam book, along with a few others. I'm using the latter, and so far it is helpful. It has a lot of test questions which I like. I hope to get the Mometrix and try that one out also.

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My suggestion for studying for PSB is meeting with tutor offered thru school. I met with her for an hour and she gave me a booklet with websites to study and do practice tests. She offers a group session but since it was my second time taking test I met with her for 1 hour. The first time I took PSB I used Kaplan study guide which was great except for not having any shapes. So first time I took psb I only got 35 on non verbal. After meeting with tutor I retook psb and got a 99 in non verbal! My grades in other categories were all 90's both times. My total points this year is 346 I'm nervous and letters come out next week. Send me positive vibes.

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Need some advice for PSB RN test for Collin college, Texas

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Is there any qns bank or book I can use for psb RN entrance exam

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