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    ADN Applicants 2019-2021 Cohort!!!

    I’m in too! See you in June
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    ADN Applicants 2019-2021 Cohort!!!

    MCC is also hoping to get their letters out by Friday I called admissions yesterday! The mail lady hasn’t come to my house yet today but I am waiting! I also tried a million ways to find out on SIS like seeing if my advisor changed or if there are holds. There are no indications
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    ADN Applicants 2019-2021 Cohort!!!

    Oh my goodness!!! I can’t take it. Haven’t received mine yet. Have you?
  4. SoonToBeNurseB

    ADN Applicants 2019-2021 Cohort!!!

    Hey y’all!! I thought I could put a thread together so we can “letter-watch” together. I applied for NHTI and MCC and will update when I get letters in the mail!!
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    TEAS scores for Accepted 2018 NH Students

    Hey y’all! I applied with a 92 overall score on the TEAS with all prerequisites except AP II, Human Growth, and Micro which will all be done by end of summer 2019. I am hoping we hear back by mid March or so because the anxiety is killing me. Emily, when did you hear back from each school last year?
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    NHTI Fall 2018

    For those of you who got in, what did you get on your TEAS? I am applying for 2019.
  7. Hey everybody!! I am gearing up to apply to NHTI, MCC, Great Bay, and NCC for the 2019 Fall cohorts. Hopefully one of them takes me :) For those that got in for the 2018 cohorts at any of these schools, what did you get on your TEAS? I know the minimum scores, but I would like to apply with a competitive score. Thanks in advance!!
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    Preparing for A&P

    As mentioned above, Crash Course is a life saver. I listen to it on my drive to and from work everyday to reinforce information. But, I feel that the best thing I have done to prepare myself for A and P is taking a Medical Terminology class. A lot of people thing it is unnecessary, however the class at my Community College is 16 weeks, and it goes over each system in its own chapter and has been a life saver. You learn the different parts of the system, basics of how they come together to work, common tests and disorders related to each system. We focus on how to break down a word to find it's meaning so you don't memorize 150+ words a chapter - just basic word parts. If you don't want to take it in a class, the name of the book is The Language of Medicine. Best thing I ever did!