sandiegonurse 434 Views
Joined: Oct 22, '08;
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Well, I met with the TCN rep in my area....total salesperson. The program seems great and I'm sure it'll work for some people, but I feel that I can gather resources on my own for way less money. The price for those modules are pretty steep. Anyway, his tone immediately changed when I didn't want to sign on the dotted line, but that's okay. I politely thanked him for his time. I just wanted to see for myself what they were all about. I got a nice outline of what I needed so I'm working on that now. I plan to CLEP out of two classes in November and hopefully two in December. Then I'll have three more to do until I can do the 4 nursing modules in Phase 2.
Speaking of the four courses in Phase 2, does anyone happen to have the list of books that they use for those courses. I think I may have to go that route since the modules seem to be hard to come by. If you don't mind sharing, I'd appreciate it. I want to be on the lookout for those books now so I can have them when I need them.
If you've taken any college courses over the years, you might want to send your transcripts to ISU. Joe, the guy who evaluates transcripts is awesome and works every avenue to get you credit for those classes. Just an option that can possibly save you time and $.
Just finished reading this whole thread. It took me a couple of days and my brain is on major overload right now!!!
I'm planning on going to ISU. I'm meeting with a TCN rep tomorrow. I'm not signing up, I just want to get an outline of what I need and a better grasp of the program.
I took A & P and Micro in 1988, but I think they are too old so I may have to take them again or test out of them.
I'm going to start CLEPing out next month with Soc and Psych.
Are there any nurses here from San Diego going through this program? I would love to touch base with you.
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