Hey guys, I'm thinking of applying to ECPI in Orlando for the Summer. Has anyone applied or been accepted yet?
I am going to apply to the July 2018 program. I don't think they have started reviewing applications yet but i'm not positive. Priority deadline is March 23. I believe she told me they start reviewing after that.
Can I ask what your stats are? I am a little worried about mine. I take the TEAS next week. My GPA is right at a 3.0 and I am expecting my science to be around a 3.3. I am finishing up courses this semester.
I take the TEAS on Sat. and my cumulative GPA is 2.8 and my science is a 3.3 but after I do these last two prerequisites, hopefully it will be higher.
Good luck! Are you applying to other schools? I am only applying to ECPI. I just turned 32 and I have 3 children. My husband works at the space center so there is no option to move and go somewhere else. What is your first degree in?
Hey, yeah I'm applying to a few other programs! And my degree is in Sociology. What have you heard about ECPI so far?
I have heard good things. I visited the campus a couple of weeks ago. I took my TEAS there and was able to speak to admissions. It is a small school but it seemed very efficient. I am looking forward to going there if I get accepted
Hey, How did you guys do on the TEAS if you dont mind me asking?
Hey!! I applied for the July 2018 batch as well and have heard very good things about the program. What other schools are you applying to?
I was super nervous when I went to take it but I did pretty well, I scored an 89.3. Have you taken yours yet?
That is exciting! I have not applied yet but plan on submitting everything by the priority deadline. I am enrolled in a couple of my science courses now so I am waiting until I am at least half way through them, so I can provide a current grade. Good luck to you!
Run away---far far away. I'm a current student and can tell you that this school has provided nothing but pure frustration and very little learning experiences. The instructors are disorganized, antiquated, and play favorites if you're a pearly white person. And then your clinicals are a waste of time if you're with a bad instructor, which there are a few. You get no relevant experience, the school's clinical lead doesn't listen to the complaints of the students, and the dean is MIA. If you're paying $42,000 for a nursing education, you're better off going to a school that will actually teach you and provide you with the experiences necessary to help you become a good nurse. This school DOES NOT provide that.
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