KBCC Spring 2021 KINGSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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Specializes in Nursing Assistant -Hospital Setting. Has 12 years experience.

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Nawkole, CNA

Specializes in Nursing Assistant -Hospital Setting. Has 12 years experience. 52 Posts

@Keisha Parris message me who you’re taking. I have notes to share for one of the profs 

Hi everyone. 

I have been looking into transfering to KCC nursing program for the Fall of 2021. I read that a TEAS test is required for admission. Does anyone happen to know what score is needed to be accpected? I have all ready completed all my pre-reqs and my GPA is pretty decent. Please let me know! 

Keisha Parris

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Hi Marsha, from all I’ve heard I would say it varies. The lowest I’ve heard so far that was accepted into the Spring semester was a 69. 

Keisha Parris

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@Marsha Joseph  from what I have heard for the pole that accepted into the program for this semester the lowest score on the TEAS that got accepted was a 69 and the lowest GPA 3.2. I hope that helps. Good Luck! 

Ana2021

Specializes in Pre-clinical student. 8 Posts

Hello ladies, 

I know it is an old post but I hope someone will answer. I am taking SCI 25 in the fall. I am pretty bad at math and physics, so I already started watching professor's j lectures on you tube just to get an idea. Can anyone recommend any other material that could make sci25 easier to understand?

How is nursing school going? Any advice?
Thank you and have a great Summer!

Keisha Parris

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To all the people that got accepted into the nursing program in the Spring semester, did anyone do evening classes? If so what were the days and time? 

Nawkole, CNA

Specializes in Nursing Assistant -Hospital Setting. Has 12 years experience. 52 Posts

22 hours ago, Ana2021 said:

Hello ladies, 

I know it is an old post but I hope someone will answer. I am taking SCI 25 in the fall. I am pretty bad at math and physics, so I already started watching professor's j lectures on you tube just to get an idea. Can anyone recommend any other material that could make sci25 easier to understand?

How is nursing school going? Any advice?
Thank you and have a great Summer!

Hi Ana,

You are already on a good track by reviewing the YouTubes from the professor.  That's all that you really need right now.  The nursing program is intense but awesome.  I would suggest that you start doing practice NCLEX questions and watch RegisteredNurseRN's Youtube videos for dosage calculation to prepare.  She has practice questions on her website also.  Send me a private message and I'll share some additional helpful resources for you to work with over the Summer.  

Nawkole, CNA

Specializes in Nursing Assistant -Hospital Setting. Has 12 years experience. 52 Posts

2 hours ago, Keisha Parris said:

To all the people that got accepted into the nursing program in the Spring semester, did anyone do evening classes? If so what were the days and time? 

Hi Keisha,

Yes, we did have evening classes but the lecture was in the mornings.  Lab was offered in the afternoon at 3 pm which was the latest class.   Dosage calculations were also offered in the morning and afternoons.   Clinical's were in the evenings and different days were offered.  We did not have too much of an option in choosing times because our schedules were created for us.  Things may very well change for the fall since we will not be under pandemic restrictions.  I hope that this helps.