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    Grossmont ADN Fall 2021

    I was a little confused by this, too. I think what they want is proof you applied to Grossmont College itself, not just the nursing program. When you apply to the college for Fall 2021, they’ll have a downloadable PDF confirmation that you’ve applied. I’m assuming that or something similar is what they’ll want if you don’t already have a Grossmont student ID. I sent mine over but haven’t received any response, hoping they email us back to make sure they have everything they need from the students accepting a seat.
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    Grossmont ADN Fall 2021

    I just got my acceptance as well! If everything was counted, my points are 91. Congratulations everyone!
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    Roseman University ABSN October 2021

    From my understanding, they do not take your current location into account. They place you in the campus that has room. In the application you can put your campus preference, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you will get accepted to that campus location unfortunately.
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    Roseman University ABSN October 2021

    Hello! I couldn’t find a thread for this cohort yet and I wanted to reach out and see if there is anyone in the same boat as me. I applied to this cohort as soon as it was made available (I think May 3rd?). I’m from CA and I opted to try for the South Jordan campus. My stats are around 3.5 GPA for science/math and around 3.8 GPA overall with a 94.7% TEAS score. I haven’t received an email yet regarding interviews and from previous threads it looks like I could be waiting until August to receive an invitation, if I am invited at all. Has anyone else heard anything back regarding this cohort yet or any that rolled over into this cohort? Would love to connect with others trying for the cohort, too. This is my first experience with Roseman so if anyone has tips or advice, I’d love to hear it 😊 Thanks!
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    National University San Diego Cohort 66

    Thank you! I’d say what helped me the most was studying and practicing all sections, rather than just focusing my energy on science. The questions can be worded a bit tricky, and even though I felt like other portions of the test were “easier”, it helped me to review subjects I hadn’t refreshed on in awhile.
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    National University San Diego Cohort 66

    @caseywhiteley Good luck on your exam!
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    National University San Diego Cohort 66

    Your science and math GPA makes up 40% of your points to get in! With all A’s, you’re at a huge advantage. Honestly, the English section has the lowest weight in your overall TEAS score and (I believe) the least amount of questions. Focus heavy on studying your science and reading. Try to be solid on basic algebra. If you can get comfortable with grammar rules, prefixes, and the parts of a sentence then you should do well on the English section. I’d recommend getting a book to study with practice tests if you don’t already have one 🙂 I’m sure you’ll do awesome! And from what I know, they do not take into account if you’ve taken the prerequisites with them or elsewhere. You just have to have everything completed. The majority of the people that have gotten in took everything except for BST and ILR (if they didn’t just test out) at other colleges.
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    National University San Diego Cohort 66

    Hi everyone! I will be applying in November to cohort 66. I was chosen as an alternate for cohort 65. To give you guys an idea of the grades needed to be considered, I received A’s in all prerequisites except for anatomy (with a B). My first attempt TEAS score was 86%. I am a licensed human phlebotomist and have 5 years surgery experience in veterinary medicine. I will be retaking the TEAS a second time 10/21 to try to improve it to at least an 89%. I used the Mometrix book my first attempt and I’m now working through the entire Trivium TEAS prep book. I also downloaded an app with practice questions that I work on daily! It’s called ATI TEAS study prep (shows up at Nursing School once downloaded).