As of today, 964 are still awaiting placement and the program only takes about 500 per semester. It would appear the wait is almost a guaranteed two semesters, with the potential for a three semester wait come a year from now (when I'll be done with my prereqs). Am I reading that correctly?If that's the case, I'm thinking I should reconsider Central Arizona College. I read that Pinal County applicants get first shot, which gives me an edge if true. It's possible -- don't know how possible -- but possible I could be in clinicals by Fall 2007. If not then, I'd have to wait until Fall 2008 **but** unlike MCCCD, I'd have quite a few courses I could take to fill my time. At MCCCD once I'm waitlisted, I only need 4 credits besides my nursing classes. At CAC, if I were waitlisted, I've got probably 20 credits I could take. It could reaaaaaally free up my courseload during clinicals.I sort of need to decide now, because if I go with CAC I need to find a CNA course, plus I won't need the Chem course I enrolled in which started today. I could drop it and get the ball rolling on my A&Ps and Micro.CAC requires more credits than MCCCD, plus a CNA cour$e. However they have that 100% pass rate which is pretty impressive. 'Course that was only for one year; years before they were neck in neck with MCCCD. OTOH, MCCCD seems to have more streamlined course requirements, requires less credits/courses.Bottom line -- what is the outlook of MCCCD's wait list? Is it going to stay leveled off where it's at, meaning a max 2 semester wait for most? Or is their new nursing program (with the no CNA requirement) going to mean more people flocking there, potentially increasing the wait to 3 semesters?