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Does Chamberlain University accept prerequisite repeats??

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I haven't been able to find any information on this topic on Chamberlain's website and on this forum. I would like to retake Anatomy as I finished with a C last semester. However, I don't know if CU accepts repeats of a course with a passing grade? Does anyone have any experience with this?

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why wouldnt they? nursing seems pretty forgiving in general.

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9 hours ago, runnyeggs said:

why wouldnt they? nursing seems pretty forgiving in general.

I'm just curious because some programs I have attempted to apply to don't accept repeats of a course with a standard grade (C- and up). They will only take the original grade. 

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12 hours ago, givemeadvicepls said:

I'm just curious because some programs I have attempted to apply to don't accept repeats of a course with a standard grade (C- and up). They will only take the original grade. 

You never know until you apply. I had GPA of 3.8 and TEAS 90% on first try. Yet, had classmates with TEAS in the low 50s and/or GPA of 3.2. Overall, nursing is very forgiving in my experience as a former student in another professional program and grad student. There will be a school who will take you. Nursing is more about experience in the hospital than what school you went to or even if its an associates or bachelors. This I found out once I got into the program. Nursing is unique and doesnt go by the hierarchy of other bachelors or professional routes. If not Chamberlain then go to Arizona, etc. in the end a RN is a RN. No one is going to ask you to hoist that diploma on your chest.

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On 12/16/2019 at 5:23 AM, runnyeggs said:

You never know until you apply. I had GPA of 3.8 and TEAS 90% on first try. Yet, had classmates with TEAS in the low 50s and/or GPA of 3.2. Overall, nursing is very forgiving in my experience as a former student in another professional program and grad student. There will be a school who will take you. Nursing is more about experience in the hospital than what school you went to or even if its an associates or bachelors. This I found out once I got into the program. Nursing is unique and doesnt go by the hierarchy of other bachelors or professional routes. If not Chamberlain then go to Arizona, etc. in the end a RN is a RN. No one is going to ask you to hoist that diploma on your chest.

If you don't mind me asking what study tips do you have for the TEAS

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