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Fall 2018 Tarrant County College ADN program

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I went to the 5pm session and if you did not attend you did not miss anything special. Who else attended? Btw they only accept 150 not 180 applicants

20 in a day! I'm sure most applicants are waiting to retake the HESI. It's crazy there are still 4 testing dates left before the deadline. I'm sure there will easy be another 200 applicants by the 31st.

20 in a day! I'm sure most applicants are waiting to retake the HESI. It's crazy there are still 4 testing dates left before the deadline. I'm sure there will easy be another 200 applicants by the 31st.

I think so too.

So Cassie told me that the tb test is before acceptance but the instructions clearly say after. Anyone do the tb test before or should I bother?

No, your TB test does not need to be completed prior to applying, according to the woman who took my application.

I think I tried to submit my tb test at application and was also told by the woman taking it that she didn't need it at this time.

I read an awesome tip from someone in TCC nursing school who said to take classes that will apply to your BSN while you can so I've been taking a few while I wait to start the nursing program! (If I'm accepted!)

Do you have a link to what classes are required for the BSN?

Do you have a link to what classes are required for the BSN?

No I went to UTA's RN to BSN program website and have been basing my classes off of that. I think most programs you will need basic classes like History, English II, Govt, Math. Things like that. I will do UTA after I graduate because they don't require chemistry for their BSN if you are already an RN.

Do you have a link to what classes are required for the BSN?

I have already completed all my undergraduate core courses and I based that off of UTA as well just because I was originally going to apply with them. I also took their lower division NURS class requirement which was introduction to nursing and one nurse elective which was Medical Terminology. I really am just basically waiting to actually get accepted into a program to do my Nursing requirements to become an RN. Then once that is done I plan on transitioning to the RN to BSN program within 8 weeks of graduating which should allow enough time to do my NCLEX. TCC and I think most of the ASN/ADN program within DFW I'm sure have the concurrent program with UTA. I think you sign a letter of intent and then you are guaranteed admission into the RN to BSN program pending the passing of your NCLEX-RN.

I got this off Brookhaven's website if you are interested in looking into it

https://www.brookhavencollege.edu/cd/instruct-divisions/bhc/hhs/nursing/documents/uta-concurrent-12-1-11.pdf

I have already completed all my undergraduate core courses and I based that off of UTA as well just because I was originally going to apply with them. I also took their lower division NURS class requirement which was introduction to nursing and one nurse elective which was Medical Terminology. I really am just basically waiting to actually get accepted into a program to do my Nursing requirements to become an RN. Then once that is done I plan on transitioning to the RN to BSN program within 8 weeks of graduating which should allow enough time to do my NCLEX. TCC and I think most of the ASN/ADN program within DFW I'm sure have the concurrent program with UTA. I think you sign a letter of intent and then you are guaranteed admission into the RN to BSN program pending the passing of your NCLEX-RN.

I got this off Brookhaven's website if you are interested in looking into it

https://www.brookhavencollege.edu/cd/instruct-divisions/bhc/hhs/nursing/documents/uta-concurrent-12-1-11.pdf

That's great that you've already completed your core classes! Thanks for posting this link!

No I went to UTA's RN to BSN program website and have been basing my classes off of that. I think most programs you will need basic classes like History, English II, Govt, Math. Things like that. I will do UTA after I graduate because they don't require chemistry for their BSN if you are already an RN.

Chemistry is my nemesis. All the others I have quite a few of so i plan on doing bsn as well. I had just never actually looked at the classes required. Thanks!

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