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Lehman College Fall 2019 Admissions

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Any one accepted with 3.57 (3.6) science GPA? To lehman im finishing up my first degree and want to do the accelerated/generic program for fall 2019.

I got a B in AP2

A in AP1

CHEM114/115 B and B-; [i]I transferred in with these and seeing the science classes at Lehman are much easier :(

Im aiming for A's in Micro and chem120/121

And to score high on the HESI, im already studying

This summer i completed 4 classes on top of AP2 receiving a A and a 3.9 gpa cumulative i would hope my determination and record will help, im a little nervous about applying next year

THANK YOU[/i][/b]

hi, i havnt been accepted but i do have a question. in order to apply for the program, do we have to already be enrolled into the school?

hi, i havnt been accepted but i do have a question. in order to apply for the program, do we have to already be enrolled into the school?

Yes, you need to be enrolled.

Hi. I was accepted in the generic program with a 3.66 gpa.

Thank you! Good to know

Yes or accepted to the college

So for excelerated forget about it cause they are all 4.0 gpa with well over 850 on their hesi CT. But for generic you have a good chance. The CT is used as atie breaker between two student of the same GPA so the higher the better. I ended up applying with a low 3.6, my friend had a 3.3 and got accepted. Keep hope alive and apply to other school like New rochelle or mount saint vincent as a backup.

Hey,

I’m applying for the generic program. I just took the Hesi and still have orgo to take this semester. My stats are:

science GPA: 3.74

Hesi: overall 88.67%

Math: 88

A&p: 80

Reading: 98

critical thinking: 910

im trynna get a feel of my chances, also even though I will apply early, my orgo grade won’t be updated until June so will that hinder my acceptance or do they wait until everyone’s last grades are in before making decisions?

Hi,

Your stats are great. I will be applying as well but I still need to take my hesi exam. Feeling so scared..... how did you study for the A & P and Critical aspect of the exam.

I will also be applying. Will be doing organic chemistry this semester and finishing my microbiology class as I got an incomplete last semester.

I’m currently waiting for conformation to sign up for a hesi test date and will be taking that in the next 4-6 weeks at the latest.

My science gpa is currently 3.92 but I’m worried that it’ll decrease with my microbiology grade as I am not expecting an A in the class.

On 1/19/2019 at 11:23 AM, Perspective17 said:

Hey,

I’m applying for the generic program. I just took the Hesi and still have orgo to take this semester. My stats are:

science GPA: 3.74

Hesi: overall 88.67%

Math: 88

A&p: 80

Reading: 98

critical thinking: 910

im trynna get a feel of my chances, also even though I will apply early, my orgo grade won’t be updated until June so will that hinder my acceptance or do they wait until everyone’s last grades are in before making decisions?

I am currently in the program fell free to ask me questions. They will wait till everyones grades are in and then rank you by gpa

Hello,

I am also taking organic chemistry this semester. Do we need to buy the textbook? Or we will only need Sapling and the slides to learn.

Science gpa: 3.87

Taking the Hesi in February.

@ABRBDBSH thank you, I used quizlet to look for hesi CT questions and for the most part tried my best to think about the most rational thing to do.

@AspiringNP_ wonderful, thank you. So do they really only rank us by gpa and then CT score as a tie breaker between people with same GPAs? I’m just not sure if I should put all my eggs in one basket. Also, how are you liking the program, do you work alongside school?

@YAMSANDPURPLE hey we might be in the same class. I got an email saying the textbook would be thoroughly useful especially since it has review questions for each chapter. There is hw via sapling, and we will be using clickers.

@Perspective17 Yes! If its on Sunday we are in the same class. I wanted to find the pdf version since the book is sort of heavy to carry around.

Does anyone know if Lehman has a waiting list for the nursing program? I know they only accept 100 students for the generic, so the other students who had good grades go on the waiting list or they get denied?

Hi guys! I was accepted for Fall 2018 last year. If you have any questions, let me know.

Not everyone who was accepted to the accelerated program had a 4.0gpa, but most did. I believe the lowest accepted was someone with a 3.8 something. The great news is that you can apply to the accelerated and also check off the option to be accepted into the Generic if they run out of seats for the accelerated program.

@YAMSANDPURPLE I do think you have a chance at getting accepted to the generic program if your HESI score is good. Also, Lehman does have a waiting list. I know one person who was put on the waiting list and was accepted because someone decided to go elsewhere.

@Perspective17 Your CT score is amazing and the rest of your stats are good. Just secure a really good grade in Microbio and you should be totally fine. A lot of us were finishing Microbio the semester we applied and we got accepted. Like AspirinNP stated, they wait until all of the grades are in before they make their decision.

@Perspective17 & @YAMSANDPURPLE Does your professor's last name begin with a "P"? If so, I took him on Sundays last year and I never used a textbook for his class. He gives great notes and resources so you don't really need it. I got an A in his class.

@amberrae Thank you so much for answering our questions! That makes me even more worried that there is a waiting list, since the students with 4.0 will be accepted first.

The professor's last name begins with a C. Do you have any tips on studying for Organic chemistry?

@YAMSANDPURPLE Most of the people on the waiting list had GPAs below 3.5. Your GPA is really good, so you should be fine.

My organic chemistry class was a little different. My teacher wrote everything out on the board which made the class a lot easier in my opinion. You could see every step he took to figure out the answer. He also gave us worksheets, supplemental notes, and old exams to use. I personally just used the worksheets and old exams to study. I constantly went over concepts and questions I did not understand. I would say, just do many practice questions as possible for concepts you do not understand. If your professor gives you old exams to study from, definitely use them. They will help you a lot.