Published Oct 26, 2017
I wanted to start this for anyone who is applying or did Drexel's ACE program before.
I got accepted into the Fall 18 program. Im still contemplating if I'm going to accept because I am waiting on another school. I also still have to take Microbio and Nutrition. If anyone has done the program already please drop some comments below! Thanks
Bachelor's Gpa - 2.93
Chem - A
A&P 1&2 - B
Developmental Psych - A
Nutrition & micro - haven't taken yet
First off, congrats on your acceptance! If you don't mind, do you mind telling me when you applied and what your stats were when you applied (gpa, etc)? I haven't heard back yet and I'm anxiously awaiting!
They received my application along with transcripts September 19th. I heard back October 21st.
That's awesome! My application was finished a little after that. My stats were:
Bachelor GPA: 3.45 in the last 60, 3.15 overall
Developmental psyche: A
I'm worried my micro grade is going to affect my chances, but fingers crossed!
What other schools did you apply to?
My last 60 creds were 3.5
I also applied to Stony Brook and will apply to Lehman. are you looking into other schools?
I'm applying to USF, Creighton, Northeastern, Kent State, and a few communities. When did you receive your acceptance?
My apologies, I forgot that I already asked when you heard back! I've been super scatter-brained this semester.
Congrats on your acceptance!
I've also applied and my application was completed with transcripts recieved on September 6th, so hopefully I'll hear back soon! I'm so nervous.
FentyNP, MSN, NP
I'm a Drexel ABSN grad, class of 2015, if anyone has any questions :) Feel free to leave comments here or PM me in case I forget to check back.
Wow that was fast! Congrats! Did they send a email or a letter?
Hello! How was your experience there and did you do the 11 month or 24?
I did the 11 month program and had an overall positive experience. It is definitely a lot of work and you have minimal days off. Seemed like we were always taking quizzes and tests and studying for a dreaded HESI but it was very doable. I personally didn't work during it but some people squeezed in CNA shifts where they could. I thought the majority of our professors were great and I was so well-prepared by taking the exit HESI that I didn't even have to study for the NCLEX (which I passed in 75 questions). So basically, I would highly recommend the program IF you're ready and able to work hard for it. We did have quite a few people fail out...
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