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2019 Fall Enrollment for Nursing (Hillsborough Community College)

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Austyn Kyser has 4 years experience as a EMT-B.

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1 hour ago, Tiese Scott said:

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I don’t think we will know this information until after the results come out.

Okay, thank you. I wonder if my gpa is good enough to get in, in spring? I have a 3.4 my teas was 74

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What it the approximate date for orientation if accepted?

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@Stellalove

I believe we will find out this information once we hear whether or not we are accepted.

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@Austyn Kyser

It appears your GPA is good enough, however, I believe the GPA cut off's are determined by the students who apply. Did you  apply for the Fall?

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Austyn Kyser has 4 years experience as a EMT-B.

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6 hours ago, Tiese Scott said:

@Austyn Kyser

It appears your GPA is good enough, however, I believe the GPA cut off's are determined by the students who apply. Did you  apply for the Fall?

No I didn’t, I’m in the process of finishing up micro and take sociology. I will be applying for spring 2020

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Hello,

I'm applying for this Fall 2019 cycle. However, I have a concern. In WebAdvisor under "Progress Towards Degree Reqs", my college algebra or higher math requirement is still showing as "Not Started" even though I've already taken statistics and calculus. With the decisions coming out soon, I'm wondering if I should call the health admissions office or walk in and correct this. I've already sent an email to the health sciences, but I only received a generic email in response. 

The email I sent them was a forwarded email from an academic advisor confirming that I could use my AP Calc test score for the math requirement.

I'd appreciate any help on this issue. 

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5 minutes ago, mindee said:

Hello,

I'm applying for this Fall 2019 cycle. However, I have a concern. In WebAdvisor under "Progress Towards Degree Reqs", my college algebra or higher math requirement is still showing as "Not Started" even though I've already taken statistics and calculus. With the decisions coming out soon, I'm wondering if I should call the health admissions office or walk in and correct this. I've already sent an email to the health sciences, but I only received a generic email in response. 

The email I sent them was a forwarded email from an academic advisor confirming that I could use my AP Calc test score for the math requirement.

I'd appreciate any help on this issue. 

I am in the same situation! I took statistics and AP Calculus in high school. I emailed the general admissions office. The guy told me that he confirmed with health sciences that AP Calc is enough to fulfill the credit!! Don’t worry!!! Good luck 🙂

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On 6/15/2019 at 12:00 AM, mindee said:

Hello,

I'm applying for this Fall 2019 cycle. However, I have a concern. In WebAdvisor under "Progress Towards Degree Reqs", my college algebra or higher math requirement is still showing as "Not Started" even though I've already taken statistics and calculus. With the decisions coming out soon, I'm wondering if I should call the health admissions office or walk in and correct this. I've already sent an email to the health sciences, but I only received a generic email in response. 

The email I sent them was a forwarded email from an academic advisor confirming that I could use my AP Calc test score for the math requirement.

I'd appreciate any help on this issue. 

From what I was told stats does not count as a higher math

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Check y’alls email. Decisions went out today 

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Sammy223,  

Have you recieved an email yet? I have been checking all day and still nothing. 

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I havent received anything yet.......did you get in Sammy?!!

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