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I was wondering some tips to help me get accepted into the nursing progrsm at the school i want to go to. I just wnat to know study habits, and important stuff like that? Detail would be nicethank you guys/girls!!!

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RED1984 has 6 years experience as a BSN, RN, EMT-P and specializes in ER / Critical Care.

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Depends on the school, I would be more specific with the question :) Maybe you can get answers from people that have already been accepted into that program in prior years.

I know that all school use the TEAS test score as a large factor in being accepted though.

BEST OF LUCK!!

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Select your school first. Look at the admissions requirements to see what you need to complete in order to apply. Get the best grades that you can. Call and talk to the director of the program you want to get into and find out what is setting apart the best applicants from the average ones. Studying for classes depends on your learning style... so it's best to find out what that is and work really hard.

Good luck! :)

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I agree, it really depends on the school. One school I know of only looks at your GPA & TEAS score. Other factors are only 1%, while another school that I know of looks at everything and doesn't require you to take the TEAS. So, it really just depends what schools you're looking at. :) Good luck!

Select your school first. Look at the admissions requirements to see what you need to complete in order to apply. Get the best grades that you can. Call and talk to the director of the program you want to get into and find out what is setting apart the best applicants from the average ones. Studying for classes depends on your learning style... so it's best to find out what that is and work really hard.

Good luck! :)

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