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Lone Star College 2019 LVN to RN transition

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41 minutes ago, imaneedmycoffeefirst89 said:

Did ya'll get y'alls schedule?

Yes I signed up for Tues clinicals at Northwest. It’s the closest to me. And I also saw that it said Mon and Tues. but I think we only have 1 day clinicals

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feekat has 10 years experience and specializes in MDS Coordinator, Med Surg, ICU Step down.

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I also signed up for Tues clinicals at Northwest due to location.

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I also will be attending clinicals in the northwest hospital! I’m so excited for tomorrow 🤗

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Actually, I'm having trouble. I am not registered but I have no holds and it doesn't appear that I need my application updated. Can anyone advise me please.

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HowdyHowdy has 7 years experience as a LVN and specializes in ER.

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Hey guys, just a quick follow up to my post earlier about item #13 on Castle Branch. Juanita sort of clarified it at orientation, so when we left I called CB. They put in a ticket to have that item reviewed. As of yesterday the status changed from rejected to accepted.

If you encounter the same problem, just give them a call. 

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hey may I ask what were the cutoff scores for you all. I start my lvn program in june and I wnated to see the scores for the transsition when its time for me to apply 

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I am told that as long as you score 7 and above, you should be okay.

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2 minutes ago, feekat said:

I am told that as long as you score 7 and above, you should be okay.

Ok great thank you... just tryna get a idea of what i need to do 

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You're welcome. Good Luck!

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7 hours ago, Colemanjb05 said:

Ok great thank you... just tryna get a idea of what i need to do 

I got into Kingwood with a 7.74 back in 2016 and into North Harris this year with a 7.71. Top tier is going to be around 7.8 and bottom of the rung is going to be 7-7.1. If you can land somewhere in there, you're golden. Keep in mind though that some schools are more competitive than others. Montgomery, for example, is documented one year as having their transition cutoff at around 7.5, which is pretty crazy. 

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7 hours ago, HowdyHowdy said:

I got into Kingwood with a 7.74 back in 2016 and into North Harris this year with a 7.71. Top tier is going to be around 7.8 and bottom of the rung is going to be 7-7.1. If you can land somewhere in there, you're golden. Keep in mind though that some schools are more competitive than others. Montgomery, for example, is documented one year as having their transition cutoff at around 7.5, which is pretty crazy. 

Ok thank you, and they score a&p, English, and pharm? Plus hesi? 

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7 hours ago, HowdyHowdy said:

I got into Kingwood with a 7.74 back in 2016 and into North Harris this year with a 7.71. Top tier is going to be around 7.8 and bottom of the rung is going to be 7-7.1. If you can land somewhere in there, you're golden. Keep in mind though that some schools are more competitive than others. Montgomery, for example, is documented one year as having their transition cutoff at around 7.5, which is pretty crazy. 

I’m sorry and another question, can you apply for transition while your in your last semester of lvn ? 

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