Published May 24, 2017
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I answered all questions, I left nothing unanswered as we were advised that overall evaluation considers all correctly answered questions only,and not the ones answered incorrectly. Is this a fact? I am not sure but it is because of this that I tried my best to answer everything. There have been some people that have scored in the 90's in all three sections of AA. I would be curious to know what method they utilized
I would love to know too!! Anyone else score really well on the PSB and have test taking tips?
Aww - thanks, mavwagg =)
By the way, I noticed that we have a mandatory all-day orientation on October 27th. I'm supposed to leave for a wedding in Miami that same day. I planned this trip months ago. I am so excited to be accepted to the program, but so bummed I'm going to have to pay a lot of $$$ to change my itinerary.
MavWagg, ADN, BSN
Collin Spring 2018 Nursing Class Facebook group created.
Can you please post a link to the FB page? I just tried looking it up with no luck.
Collin Spring 2018 Nursing Class
otherwirse DM your username.
@JMoore90 -- I'm sorry to hear you were rejected, Collin is definitely missing out on an awesome applicant. Myself and another applicant noticed that everyone on here who said they were accepted have degrees. I asked a few days ago if anyone who doesn't have a degree was accepted but never got a response. Someone I know of was accepted while I was rejected with an identical PSB score to mine, her GPA is a 3.5 while mine is a 4.0... but she has a previous degree and I do not. I think their selection process this semester was BS.
Do y'all think they just had way more applicants than they have in the past? I know BSN programs are getting very expensive and the ADN at Collin is much more affordable. Just wondering if it was so competitive because they don't have very many spots and lots of applicants?
I wish Collin would pop in here and enlighten us
A Competitive selection process is much different than a seemingly random selection process. It seems, as stated above, that applicants with previous degrees were given preference. This is not something that was a part of the point system and if degrees are a determining factor in the selection process then that needs to be disclosed.
I have a degree and didn't get in. Although I did terrible on the AA portion of the test. Retaking in a week. Super nervous considering those with 4.0 and high PSB scores didn't get in.
Since they discourage retaking classes and those with 4.0 aren't getting in, how is someone with a 3.5 supposed to ever get in? Even if our PSB scores are decent I feel like those with a 3.3 or 3.5 will be applying every semester and never getting in.
Whoever is waitlisted, I know of one person who is not accepting their spot! Good luck and congrats!! I hope to be a mentor to one of y'all next semester! í ½í¸
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