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4 minutes ago, Isishelina said:

The wait is killing me guys. Is anyone else applying to lavc too?

I applied to lavc as well. I wonder when they will let us know. Have you heard anything from there?

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I haven't heard anything from valley. The counselor I met with said she hoped I got admitted and when I turned in my application the guy behind the desk said we'll hear back by like November or December. I know I qualify for the lottery it's just a waiting game though.

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It's my first choice! Hopefully we get in!!!

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I'm waiting too. I think the 15th is the deadline for them to get back to us. Hoping for tomorrow? Regardless, we will all know soon. 

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I hope we get in too! This waiting just sucks.

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Hi all! I am currently a 4th semester student at GCC (graduating this December). If anyone needs advice or information from me please feel free to ask or send me a message!

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On 11/9/2019 at 6:21 AM, mdoss said:

Hi all! I am currently a 4th semester student at GCC (graduating this December). If anyone needs advice or information from me please feel free to ask or send me a message!

Hi! Thank you so much for making yourself available to our questions! Like what were your stats when applying for the program? How many times did you apply? Where did you apply? Do you enjoy the gcc program? 

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11 hours ago, Isishelina said:

Hi! Thank you so much for making yourself available to our questions! Like what were your stats when applying for the program? How many times did you apply? Where did you apply? Do you enjoy the gcc program? 

Of course! I remember waiting to hear back and going nuts/wishing I had someone to help answer questions. 
1. My stats were okay! For GCC they use a lottery system to select their candidates, so grades don’t matter too much as long as you meet their chancellors formula requirement (and if you took the TEAS then you definitely met it!). I had gotten B’s in anatomy, Physio, and micro. And all A’s on the rest of my generals. At the time I think my GPA was a 3.5. On the teas I got an 86.

2. I got in on my first application! I initially got what’s called an “alternate” spot. But then a student didn’t claim their seat so I was moved into the program. Aside from the 40 seats, there are 10 more alternate positions for students to fill in case people decide to reject their offers. These 10 students are guaranteed a spot in the next semester if spots don’t end up opening during the semester they applied for.

3. I only applied to GCC!

4. I can’t not stress enough how wonderful GCC is! The professors, the classes, the opportunities, and the clincial sites are absolutely amazing. Our program has one of the only Preceoptorships left at community colleges! Can’t recommend this schooo enough. It has a wonderful reputation in the area, a high NCLEX pass rate, and our alumni have no problems getting jobs. 

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37 minutes ago, mdoss said:

Of course! I remember waiting to hear back and going nuts/wishing I had someone to help answer questions. 
1. My stats were okay! For GCC they use a lottery system to select their candidates, so grades don’t matter too much as long as you meet their chancellors formula requirement (and if you took the TEAS then you definitely met it!). I had gotten B’s in anatomy, Physio, and micro. And all A’s on the rest of my generals. At the time I think my GPA was a 3.5. On the teas I got an 86.

2. I got in on my first application! I initially got what’s called an “alternate” spot. But then a student didn’t claim their seat so I was moved into the program. Aside from the 40 seats, there are 10 more alternate positions for students to fill in case people decide to reject their offers. These 10 students are guaranteed a spot in the next semester if spots don’t end up opening during the semester they applied for.

3. I only applied to GCC!

4. I can’t not stress enough how wonderful GCC is! The professors, the classes, the opportunities, and the clincial sites are absolutely amazing. Our program has one of the only Preceoptorships left at community colleges! Can’t recommend this schooo enough. It has a wonderful reputation in the area, a high NCLEX pass rate, and our alumni have no problems getting jobs. 

How did GCC reach out to you? By email or phone call? Around what time did. You hear back from them?

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37 minutes ago, Isishelina said:

How did GCC reach out to you? By email or phone call? Around what time did. You hear back from them?

They will send you an email! I took the TEAS October 25th and got my my letter on November 9th.

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Thank you everyone for sharing your information. I also applied to GCC and recently found this thread. I am anxiously waiting. I hope we all get in 🙂

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I just called them. They have had more applications this time than they had had ever before. I was told to secure a sport at another school because chances are so low. Also they will be sending out letters in batches. Some of us might hear back very late. 

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