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by Dezy Dezy (Member)

Dezy works as a fitness coach ymca.

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Just out of curiosity how many people are in or were in your class? for our sciences we have 350 people... at least and then our ethics etc is condensed into classes of 15 people. Do most places have this many or little amount of people?

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Nurse.Gina works as a Emergency Room RN.

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25 in lecture, 6 in my clinical group.

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loriangel14 works as a hospital floor nurse..

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30 people. 24 finished.

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About 25 in lectures, 12 in lab and 8 in clinical. But overall there are 160 total (136 full-time and 24 part-time) students. But my program doesn't begin until January, so we'll see what happens once the real stuff begins!:yes:

As for my pre-req classes there were usually about 40 in (most) lectures and 15-25 in science labs.

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Shorty11 works as a RN in MICU/CCU.

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Pre-req lectures were pretty crowded in my opinion. About 100 people in A&P lecture, but it was broken down into 10-15 for each lab. Typically, the classes that almost everyone needs for their degree tend to be around 100 at my school (classes like history, basic sciences, etc.). I just finished my second semester of nursing classes (BSN). We started off with 96 people. We lost about 10 the first semester to second due to failing, dropping out, etc. This semester (2nd) we had 86. All 86 of us were in lecture together, but they broke us down into 10 at a time for clinicals. I'm not sure how many will be returning after the break for third semester, but I've heard we will lose about 5-10 every semester until graduation. Should leave us with about 50-65 of the original 96 graduating in May 2014.

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There were 25-30 available seats in each prereq class for lecture, and they split the lecture groups into two separate groups for labs. In the nursing program, we have 100 seats for the first semester, which is med/surg and pharm. Some are repeats, some are new students. We get split into two groups for labs, and groups of 10 or so for clinicals. Our class also starts in January, and from what I understand a large portion of this semester's group did not pass med/surg and pharm. So we will lose some. In the entire program, which includes 4 levels of generic nursing and 2 levels of transition students, there are about 450!

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My program accepts 50 people but they split us for lecture so 25 people go to the morning session and the other 25 to the afternoon session. 10 people in each clinical group mixing people from the morning and afternoon session.

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65 in my nursing program year (I think 2 of those dropped by mid term)

15 in my lab

32 in my lecture

8 in my clinical group

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This 3rd semester nursing class started with about 60 people and so far we are down to 30 ish. We will get our final grades on Monday and see how many more failed out.

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For Intro to Biology and Intro to Chemistry, we had like 300 people. For A&P I and II, we had 250. Patho I & II had 90 people each. Pharmacology had 60. Microbiology had about 120. My cohort has 48 people, and all 48 of us will be in each of the level I nursing classes.

I'm happy my classes so far haven't been too huge; my boyfriend's General Chemistry class had like 600 people!

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Twinmom06 works as a RN.

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our graduating class is down to about 51 people (from 65)

8 per lab group

6-7 per clinical group

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My school admits 72 students per semester (Spring and Fall) and after this semester was over we had 64 that are moving on to 2nd semester and about 11 people joining us from either failing second semester or rejoining because they dropped previously. We have am and pm labs and it's split pretty much down the middle on who goes am and who goes pm. Clinical groups are no more than 9 people max I think.

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