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Help getting into Mohawk's competitive RPN program

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by Amy.Burton Amy.Burton (New) New

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I'm soon starting my grade 12 year and want to do my best to have a good opportunity to get into Mohawk's very competitive RPN program. I will be taking college level math(12), biology(11) and chemistry(12). I believe that I am capable of getting great marks in these courses. I am debating whether or not to also take applied physics (12). If I do, will it improve my chances of getting into Mohawk's RPN program? Or will it not make an impact because I have already met the requirements of having two sciences. In regards to the HOAE test, I am currently brushing up on my knowledge to make sure I am putting my best foot forward. Any advice or personal stories and what your grades were when you applied and got accepted would be much appreciated. Thankyou.

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No physics will not count towards your admissions unless you get a really good mark in it, they take your english, math and 2 sciences with the highest mark and then 2 random U or C level courses with highest marks. So unless your really good at physics and want it as a backup incase the other 2 science's marks are lower, its not really beneficial. Plus physics does not really apply to nursing, it would help more to get your bio and chem background.

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