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Molloy College BSN Spring 2021

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dianah, ADN

Specializes in Cath Lab/Radiology. Has 46 years experience.

Hello all,

There are two approved ways of creating a special area for your cohort on this site.

One: create a facebook page.  Posting this link is allowed.

Two: create a "club" for your cohort by clicking on the Breakroom link in the yellow bar to the left of this page.  Then follow instructions in Create A New Club in the green bar at the top of the page.

References to other than these two avenues will be moved from view, to comply with the Terms of Service.

Thank you!

15 hours ago, Jenn11 said:

 

I don’t think we can until we speak to our advisor. So I think they should be emailing us this week hopefully! 

On 10/16/2020 at 4:42 PM, Mizcilla said:

I used the mometrix book and purchased the practice exams from ATI’s website. Molloy only looks at your reading and math and needs to be over a certain % (reading over 76 I believe and math over 80). Math I checked out BCraftmath on Youtube and scored a 92.3 with his videos. Reading I did well from mometrix book and Pocketprep app.

Hi! I stumbled across your post today after I took my TEAS (already applied to Molloy for Fall 2021) and I earned a 78.7 on reading and a 100 on math. Were you told by an admissions counselor that the minimum for reading is a 76? I can’t seem to find anything about score requirements online. I am just asking because I scored 1 question below an 80% and I really would hate to have to retake the TEAS because of ONE question! Especially considering I did very well on the math section. 

Are we supposed to indicate ourselves as transfer on the application if we graduated from a university already? And do we need to submit our transcript somehwere?

I am a bit confused on the registering process...does everyone accepted have to take an entry math/reading exam?

Ultraposh

Has 5 years experience.

I recommend Chamberlain over Molloy. Molloy was my #1 choice but I will finish faster at Chamberlain. It’s a 3 yr program but If you transfer in everything like I am you can finish in 2 years 4 months with a low load of only one and occasionally two classes per session. I’m saving 50k taking the Gen ED’s at Sophia.org, sciences at Portage Learning and Chemistry and a couple other Gen ED’s at study.com. So I will pay about 42k total for the 2 years. They are flexible with transfer credits. You can pick your clinical day. Molloy is a great school but I couldn’t get passed the fact that with my LPN license I would be alongside freshman marketed as a mobility program.