Puerto Rico school feedback? - page 103

Anyone out there have info on the school in Arecibo, PR? It is a 24 month program that begins in August. I'd love to hear anything, thanks. zzzzzgirl... Read More

  1. by   WorldTravelingYogi
    By the way I wanted to mention this. So at Inter the accelerated program is 22 months, basically 2 years. The non-accelerated program if you have no credits and are starting from scratch is 3 years BUT there are a lot of non-accelerated students that caught up with us and are graduating with us in May. They took a lot of units but it was doable and they maintained a high GPA. And some that won't finish in May will finish in Oct. So it is definitely possible to do a 4-year Bachelors in 2 years. Studying through the summer and taking lots of units.

    Also, I just found out that the old assistant director at Inter just got hired as the director at UMET in Cupey. The is the one that resigned in February.
  2. by   Jen_Jen88
    Well i don't state the problems because so far I haven't had any. The only thing I would change is i wish we had more prof. But more are being hired as the director finds people.
  3. by   npandres
    oh wow im frm napa like 20 min away
  4. by   laleoganaise
    @nursekeke: happy that you got a few days off. Look forward to meeting you. I'm not sure where you're coming from but tickets can be pricey. I'm from the East coast and I was able to find reasonably priced tickets on hotwire.com for $236...that was two weeks ago though. check hotwire.com.
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  6. by   Keke3202
    @ laleoganaise jet blue is cheaper for me, but thank you. When you are going again?
  7. by   calijenn
    Hahahaha oh em gee I haven't been on here in a minute but happy to see more newbies coming in aug this should be funnnn And way to go yogiii la inter all the way . I'm gonna miss u and jebby when u guys grad this month we gotta do a beach BBQ before u guys leave me with the newbiessss
  8. by   Jen_Jen88
    Lol oh people are funny anywho future students make your own choice because either way not everyone knows these schools in the states. As long as you get your BSN degree and pass your nclex it doesnt matter which school you go to. Don't let what people write here influence you. We all have different experiences on the island and with the schools. So come and visit the school and don't pay attention to the he said she said bs people like to talk. Good luck to all the new comers !!!!! B
  9. by   laleoganaise
    @keke I'll be there may 13-18. We'll have to exchange information...unfortunately I can't PM anyone yet since I haven't reached 15 comments yet. But you can PM me yours so we can stay in contact in PR. I'm so excited.
  10. by   laleoganaise
    @Karla: I'm from New Jersey with a BA in French. I got accepted at UMET but haven't decided if I'll go there or not. Will be visiting LaInter this month and then will decide which school is best suited for me. If I do decide to attend UMET, I'll be sure to reach out.
  11. by   Joe V
    sorry, closing thread - getting too long

    NOTE: Start new topics ... if we have enough threads on Puerto Rico we will create a Puerto Rico forum
  12. by   Joe V