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Pre-Nursing, A.S.

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by Gabicolon Gabicolon (New) New

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Soo, I failled my nursing program this semester through my clinical course. I left certain sections blank and being on probation at the same time automatically ejects you from program. Anyway, I'll be getting my Pre-Nursing, A.S. and was wondering if I could attend another community college with that same degree instead of a university.  Thank you and also forgive me if this is in the wrong section. Thank you!

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blueskiesandsunshine.prn specializes in BSN student.

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I am confused. Will you have a degree? Or will you just have all of your nursing pre-requisites completed?

I have not heard of an A.S. in "Pre-Nursing"; that's a term I only hear in reference to lower division students (freshmen) waiting for acceptance into an actual program. 

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Enarra has 8 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Ambulatory Primary Care.

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Well it can’t hurt to apply To several schools the worst that can happen is you get a no.   Best of luck
 

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4 hours ago, blueskiesandsunshine.PRN said:

I am confused. Will you have a degree? Or will you just have all of your nursing pre-requisites completed?

I have not heard of an A.S. in "Pre-Nursing"; that's a term I only hear in reference to lower division students (freshmen) waiting for acceptance into an actual program. 

I think it is a degree/certifications that represents that you have completed all the pre-requisites required for a nursing school. 

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3 hours ago, Enarra said:

Well it can’t hurt to apply To several schools the worst that can happen is you get a no.   Best of luck
 

I know I can apply to universities' nursing school but I'm sure of whether I can go to a community college nursing school. The reason I'm considering community college nursing school is because of their cost; my previous school was $5k a semester for internationals. I'm an international student which makes universities very costly for me. I'm confident in myself but I don't want to take a huge risk investing in a university 

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