PHSC 2015 Nursing Hopefuls

Posted

You are reading page 37 of PHSC 2015 Nursing Hopefuls. If you want to start from the beginning Go to First Page.

daiquirin

daiquirin

68 Posts

I informed my mail man i am waiting on THE letter and will be meeting him at the mailbox most days lol

nohlsson1

nohlsson1

230 Posts

Thanks!!!! How did you find this out?!?

Found it on previous PHSC/PHCC threads here and I believe Mike posted somewhere within this thread :)

Great info to have

nohlsson1

nohlsson1

230 Posts

I informed my mail man i am waiting on THE letter and will be meeting him at the mailbox most days lol

i'm going to put mine on a strict schedule lol. If they are running late they must call and tell me lol :)

Mike DBD

Mike DBD

104 Posts

This is how I do it

Pre req / 4.0 x .45= gpa portion

Teas score x .50 = teas portion

if you are a resident or not just add+ .05

when doing the teas portion you have to convert to decimal lets say you have a 80% you'll have to do .80 x .50= teas portion

Yes

Example:

GPA 4.0*25=100*.45=45

TEAS 80/2=40

Resident +5

45+40+5= would have an entrance score of 90 for the program

nursejolo

nursejolo

Has 5 years experience. 11 Posts

If that is correct that 43 applied to bridge. Then there is a 28-30% change of our acceptance into the bridge. Do you know if this bridge has a break in the summer? For the other campuses the bridge is just two semesters. Fall and Spring. What would they fill the summer term with?

Edited by nursejolo

mapac

mapac, BSN

Has 12 years experience. 28 Posts

I am not sure.I am assuming we will not have any breaks and carry on thru summer.So what was your teas score? I noticed you did not post your scores? I am feeling a little lonely .I believe there is only one other bridge applicant that posted scores.

nursejolo

nursejolo

Has 5 years experience. 11 Posts

Any more Bridge applicants???I called and I was told there was 43 applicants total for Bridge program.

I have. How many other people on this thread have do you know? I wasn't sure how to respond to this earlier. Do you know how they plan on completing this program? Usually it is 2 semesters to complete. Do you know if they plan on giving us the summer off?

mapac

mapac, BSN

Has 12 years experience. 28 Posts

As far as being accepted.It just depends on the spread of scores that came in.

nursejolo

nursejolo

Has 5 years experience. 11 Posts

I am not sure.I am assuming we will not have any breaks and carry on thru summer.So what was your teas score? I noticed you did not post your scores? I am feeling a little lonely .I believe there is only one other bridge applicant that posted scores.

Gosh I am slow on this site:-0 sorry for duplicates! 68.8% was my score. I just can't see why they would make us do more in this program than others. Everyone I know who has done the bridge is only two semesters with more than half of the final semester being a shadowing practice. Literally no class time just interning with an RN for that final half of a semester.

nursejolo

nursejolo

Has 5 years experience. 11 Posts

As far as being accepted.It just depends on the spread of scores that came in.

Right. If I don't get in because the competition is so thick. I am confident for the August 2015 bridge. There are more slots open then. My entire 2008 LPN class has completed the bridge except one other than myself. All with similar scores. Did you complete your LPN at PHSC?

nursejolo

nursejolo

Has 5 years experience. 11 Posts

As far as being accepted.It just depends on the spread of scores that came in.

Not sure how factual this is but I heard from others that they aren't going by the number you scored but grouping by proficient, intermediate or advanced.