That’s why Cape cod Community is my second option! Pretty much same cost as Massasoit. They also have a bridge program with Umass for RN-BSN that you’ll transition right into after you take the NCLEX which is a great option.
It’s always a tough decision! I was also accepted into BayState but I can’t swing the cost. But I believe in better safe than sorry, I also want a definite fall start. Congratulations on MCPHS! Is it an accelerated program?
I applied for readmission for Fall of 2021 in the FT Day program. We need a 78% minimum grade in each nursing course to move along in the program. In 2020, I didn't hear back from Massasoit until June. Hopefully it's sooner this year. I am hoping for readmission into Massasoit, but I have been accepted into Cape Cod Community College for Fall ASN fortunately.
In progress classes won’t apply to the rubric. Have you looked into taking A&PI as a Summer 2 course? I’m not sure if they’re offering it this year due to Cov-19, but I took it last Summer as a 30 day course. Then I took A&PII in the fall.
Thank you! I did; I was accepted to Quincy College and Bay State. If I don’t get into Massasoit I will be going to Bay State at their Taunton campus.
I will keep my fingers crossed for you! Did you apply anywhere else?
That's most likely why. My Degree Works says I have been updated every day, but I think that may be a glitch. I am still waiting for an official transcript for my second choice program, but the Registrar hasn't updated GPA yet.
I checked my DegreeWorks and it looks as though they didn't factor in my second TEAS attempt which was an 83.3, because it is not showing up under my placement test scores. Hoping I get bumped. I was accepted into another program but Massasoit is my first choice