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Mohawk RPN Questions

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by Sundeep3600 Sundeep3600 (New) New

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I have a couple of questions for the Mohawk RPN course.

1. I'm looking at the sections required for the HOAE and see that Science is one of them. How hard is the Science asked in the course? I'm going into the HOAE with no prior knowledge but grade 11 physics, and grade 11 chemistry and nothing else.

2. Is the admission just based off GPA and passing the HOAE or a mixture of both??

3. I have a 80% GPA what are the chances I'll get in if I just get a pass (60%) on my HOAE

4. How competitive is the program?

5. Is there any where to study for the HOAE this is the only website I know (http://www.psbtests.com/site_resource_files/11HOAEsq.pdf) and I feel like I'm doomed for the Science questions based off this.

6. Any other important information I should know?

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loriangel14 is a RN and specializes in Acute Care, Rehab, Palliative.

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There is a study guide you can buy for the HOAE

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The admission is based 50% on your highschool marks and 50% on the HOAE. The program is very competitive, I entered last September and they said over a thousand people applied and they take about 90-100 people and the number of people applying grows every year.

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There is a study guide you can buy for the HOAE

Do you have a link to it? Im scared of the Science questions as I have do not recall anything from any of the sciences I did.

Anyone know if you still have a chance with 70% counting your HOAE and marks?

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loriangel14 is a RN and specializes in Acute Care, Rehab, Palliative.

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There are several sources for the guide. Google it.

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