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Chamberlain spring 2018

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I just got the call tonight that I will be in the spring 2018 class and I'm hoping to find others who will be starting in spring as well. It would be nice to have a group of us to all go through this process together :)

Congratulations! Did you have phone interview? I received an email for a phone interview and no answer in 2 weeks

No they didn't do a phone interview with me. Which campus did you apply to? I am going to the Sacramento one. Maybe the process is a little different for yours? Hope you hear from them soon!

Congratulations!! I will be starting in the spring also!!

I just applied for the B.S. in nursing starting January 2018 and paid my application fee. What happens next? Please keep me updated on how things go for you. I already have my B.S. in Biology and wanted to go into nursing now.

You have to take the HESI exam.

I am starting January of 2018- either of you/anyone in the BSN-FNP program?

I will be starting the BSN program.

Congrats JBrown and Babyiguama! I am starting the BSN program as well. What campus will you be attending? I will be at the Sacramento, CA campus.

Nurselola - any call yet?

Bunnymummy - You will be scheduled to take your HESI exam within 2 weeks after paying the application fee I believe, so start studying now. Its pretty easy if you give it about a week of brushing up on all the subjects they will be testing you on. I got the Hesi PockPrep app (purple and white and it does cost money) and I think that was one of my favorite study tools! I also watched crashcourse anatomy videos on youtube. They were entertaining and touched on all anatomical areas.

I also got this book and read through it all and made flashcards. Admission Assessment Exam Review, 4e: 978

Do you know how many admissions committee meetings there are for the Spring 2018 enrollment? I applied for this upcoming semester and am patiently waiting for the next committee meeting í ½í¸¬

Congratulations on getting accepted! í ¼í¾‰

Awesome I will be attending the NJ campus.

I'm not sure how many committees they have

I will be attending online. Wish I could be of help- but I have absolutely no idea about the admissions committees either. 😩

NurseVeee, BSN, RN

Specializes in Women’s health and Pediatrics.

same here I have a B.S. in biology as well. i start this spring in Pearland, TX. took them 2 weeks to admit me

Hello everyone! I am planning to apply to Chamberlain BSN program in fall 2018. For everyone that has been accepted into the Sacramento campus, what was your HESI score and GPA? I know the GPA requirement is 2.75, but I heard the sacramento campus is more competitive.

sookie87, BSN, RN

Has 3 years experience.

I had a 3.4 GPA and weighted 92 on HESI, came in with an AA in Communications so I still have to take my sciences. I'm starting the BSN program in Sac this January.

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Hello everyone! I am planning to apply to Chamberlain BSN program in fall 2018. For everyone that has been accepted into the Sacramento campus, what was your HESI score and GPA? I know the GPA requirement is 2.75, but I heard the sacramento campus is more competitive.

I will be starting at Sac in the spring and have a cGPA of 3.4 and got a 94% on the HESI. My advisor told me that Sac is more competitive because unlike some other campuses that can admit as many students as they want, Sac can only do 30/semester. She told me the last class had an average HESI score of 90%. Good luck applying, I'm sure you'll do fine :)

Has anyone started the 3 YR BSN program? What were the steps in this? I have just emailed my advisor my transcript and purpose form. I remember her saying something about passing a skills test to get into the program? Has anyone done that yet? Please let me know!!!! Thank you!