Macon State v. Middle Georgia College

  1. Well, after being denied entrance for the last 3 semesters, it figures that I would get accepted to two schools for fall 2007.

    Any current students, recent grads or anyone with info about these two schools?

    I am leaning toward Macon, but want to hear about both schools (good and bad) before making a final choice....

    Whatcha think????
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    About maybe1day, ASN, BSN

    Joined: Apr '07; Posts: 26; Likes: 19
    RN; from US
    Specialty: 8 year(s) of experience in Med/Surg, ER, Hospice, Urgent Care

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  3. by   hopefulnurseinGA
    hello maybe one day,
    i am a current student at macon state (just completed my first year yeah); nursing school takes a lot of time and effort no matter where you choose to go. the first semester was difficult to me b/c of pysch, we had a 14 chapter first test, but after we voiced our concerns the next groups test was splint up so they had 7 chapters one week and then the other seven the next week ( a little better). overall the program is good but if you have never worked in pt care just practice and make sure you stay on top of reading. good luck at any school you choose :spin:
  4. by   maybe1day
    Thanks for replying!

    A very good friend of mine just finished her first year there, too. She is the main reason I am leaning heavily toward Macon State. Even though she will have her own courseload starting her third semester, she can hopefully help me out some with the nerves I have!!!

    Good luck! Only one more year for you!
  5. by   IDONO
    I'm looking into the LPN program at MGTC and scoping out Macon State for the LPN-RN fast track. But I'll see once I get there.
  6. by   10ACGIRL
    Quote from hopefulnurseinga
    hello maybe one day,
    i am a current student at macon state (just completed my first year yeah); nursing school takes a lot of time and effort no matter where you choose to go. the first semester was difficult to me b/c of pysch, we had a 14 chapter first test, but after we voiced our concerns the next groups test was splint up so they had 7 chapters one week and then the other seven the next week ( a little better). overall the program is good but if you have never worked in pt care just practice and make sure you stay on top of reading. good luck at any school you choose :spin:
    i'm lookin' into being a medical assistant for back office and i'm doin' online learning bcuz i dont like the pressure of being in a classroom and feeling like you are competeing. i like to work at my own pace and not feel as though i'm in compotition(typos) with everyone else. macon state would b a good choice. i just live up the interstae from it off of exit 5.

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