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    ASU Post Bacc - 2019

    Results are in! I got accepted!
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    ASU Post Bacc - 2019

    Those are both great scores! I'm applying with a 1.836 but I'm still very nervous to hear the results
  3. ATstudent

    ASU Post Bacc - 2019

    Not speaking for this cycle but my advisor told me that in the past the lowest score accepted was an average of 1.81. She told me if you have at least an 1.81 it puts you in a competitive spot
  4. ATstudent

    ASU Post Bacc - 2019

    Hey guys just in case some of you guys didn't know the amount of seats available in the post bacc program went up to 56 seats this year so we have a greater chance of getting in depending on the number of applicants! Good luck to everyone who applied :)
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    ASU Post Bacc - 2019

    My advisor told me that the lowest score that has generally advanced to the post-bacc program was about 1.81 I haven't taken the teas yet but from all the research I've done, the science section in the ATI TEAS manual is not enough information to do well in the science portion. A lot of people have said to dive deeper into each system using Khan Academy and resources like that.
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    ABSN vs MEPN

    Hey guys I'm currently debating if I should go for an ABSN or MEPN. The cost difference of the two aren't a concern to me as they're both pretty close in cost. If I do the ABSN I would start Jan 2019 and finish Dec 2019. If I do the MEPN I'll start May 2019 and finish Aug 2020. Both programs prepare me to be a registered nurse except with the MEPN I'll be receiving my MSN instead of a BSN with the ABSN program. It seems to me that the only difference between the two are the degree type and some "leadership skills" gained in the MEPN. My ultimate goal is to become an NP but I don't know in what specialty just yet. The programs the I am debating between are ASU's ABSN and UofA's MEPN so if anyone has any positive/negative things to say about either of those programs I'd love to hear them! Thanks in advance :)
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    UA MEPN 2019

    Hey guys I know we have months before the application due date but I have just recently decided that I am going to apply for UA's MEPN program. I'm currently finishing up microbiology and will finish off my prerequisites once I complete organic chemistry in the fall. I am extremely excited and also nervous to be applying. I still have to take the HESI so if you guys can offer any tips on how to prepare for it especially the vocab section that'd be great! Does anyone know how many apply vs are accepted and the stats of those who are usually accepted into the program? Also I'd greatly appreciate any insight on how the program is from students that have graduated from the program or current students of the program. Thanks!
  8. ATstudent

    ASU Post Bacc - 2019

    I went in to talk to a nursing advisor and he said the program itself is about 33k but including books, scrubs, etc it's about 39k
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    HCR220

    Did you take it recently?
  10. ATstudent

    HCR220

    Thank you so much for the info it helps me a lot! I will look out for those initials. Thanks again :)
  11. ATstudent

    HCR220

    Hi guys I am planning on applying to the ASU post-bacc program but I still need to take about 3 more prereqs. I already signed up for BIO205 & HCR240 but still need to sign up for HCR220. I was thinking of taking HCR22O at rio salado but am worried that the professor won't be good, as I haven't heard the best about Rio Salado. If you guys have taken the course there, can you guys tell me how it went and if you'd recommend your professor. Thanks!
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