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Krystal Ross

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On 10/8/2020 at 10:54 PM, FuturenurseAli said:

If you don’t mind me asking, what was your GPA?

I had a 3.64 GPA anda CNA license with work experience on the ICU!  

FuturenurseAli

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Just now, Krystal Ross said:

I had a 3.64 GPA anda CNA license with work experience on the ICU!  

OK, I had a 3.4 with no experience. 

Krystal Ross

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1 minute ago, FuturenurseAli said:

OK, I had a 3.4 with no experience. 

That is still a great GPA to have but the point system is very competitive. If you take the HESI through them it's pretty easy and it will balance out the applicant pool a little better. Have you considered the CNA course? HFC offers a course but I took mine at Health Care solutions in Detroit! I honestly think that was one of the best things I could do to build experience and for my application. I know you mentioned Chamberlin but if it doesn't work out I would consider HFC as a back up. 

FuturenurseAli

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5 minutes ago, Krystal Ross said:

That is still a great GPA to have but the point system is very competitive. If you take the HESI through them it's pretty easy and it will balance out the applicant pool a little better. Have you considered the CNA course? HFC offers a course but I took mine at Health Care solutions in Detroit! I honestly think that was one of the best things I could do to build experience and for my application. I know you mentioned Chamberlin but if it doesn't work out I would consider HFC as a back up. 

Yea I wish I had taken a CNA course before.  I’m already accepted and enrolled in Chamberlain I just really had my hopes on HFCC because it was the cheaper route. I’ll be done with my bachelors in 2 years. 

Krystal Ross

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24 minutes ago, FuturenurseAli said:

Yea I wish I had taken a CNA course before.  I’m already accepted and enrolled in Chamberlain I just really had my hopes on HFCC because it was the cheaper route. I’ll be done with my bachelors in 2 years. 

Yeah, I understand that but you will always have a job to pay off those loans. I just met someone who went there and she really liked it. Best of luck to you, it might be the better for you! it could be a blessing. 

FuturenurseAli

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1 minute ago, Krystal Ross said:

Yeah, I understand that but you will always have a job to pay off those loans. I just met someone who went there and she really liked it. Best of luck to you, it might be the better for you! it could be a blessing. 

I totally agree. Best of lucks to you as well.