I recently transferred schools into an MN program and turns out I will have to take the GRE (orig. I they didnt think id have to but since I technically havent finished all my prereqs they decided I have to take the GRE). Im really worried since Ive been to the website and it mostly seems like a lot of writing....help...anyone who has taken it can you give me some advice....the school admitted me on the conditions that I take the GRE, pass a nutrition placement test AND take the rest of my prereqs and get a C or above...the bad thing is I start really soon and i'll have to go to my MN program at one school then go finish my prereqs at another school....i feel like this is an opportunity of a lifetime and i dont want to pass it up;...ive already been in school so long...my entrance counselor is soo nice but i can tell she has doubts on whether i can do it or not..I know it will be hard but im willing to do whatever it takes, i mean ill study from the time i wake up till the time i go to sleep if i have to, ill do whatever it takes, i just want to be a nurse its my dream!...any advice?...i dont know what to do...if i start and i cant do it ill be devastated...my ADN program has a waitlist that is almost 2 yrs long (as most around here do) the BSN programs wont give me fin aid (and i know i cant afford to put myself through school
)im just frustrated and kinda worried...any advice is welcome
Apr 30, '05
Quote from thn5625
I think thats a great score for your first time. YOu can get even better with practice. Is it an official GRE practice test? They are the most accurate. I read that is usually the case. Also Kaplan and Princeton practice test are good simulations.
Last edit by galaxy781 on Apr 30, '05