Hello nurses and future nurses! I am on a journey to nursing school and I just wanted some input/thoughts on Chamberlain. I have 4 more prerequisites to complete in order for me to only take nursing courses once accepted to the program (YAYY!!). I'm wondering if that means I graduate sooner than 3 years. I've been to an open house and I absolutely love the LABS and classrooms. Anyway, I look forward to hearing everyones thoughts on the school.
We moved your thread to the Chamberlain forum for the best response.
Chamberlain is awesome, and my experience has been great thus far. You get what you put into it, so bottom line is to apply yourself! Yes, you would graduate in less than 2 years. I graduate winter of 2020, and that is with a few pre reqs I had to take. You'll be good to go, and time will fly by. I have only just scratched the surface, but it feels like time is really going by fast! I wish you the best with whatever you decide to do, and hope this helps!
Thank you so much for your reply/insight!
Do you mind me asking how many prerequisites you had to complete? Also, what does your typical school schedule look like (Mon-Fri?)
Sorry for all the questions lol