Thanks! I have a BS from State and I don't think I have ever had this much work! I felt liek the pre-reqs were more like HS classes. This is definately a full blown college class. My fiance is in Law school and I pretty much have just as much work as he does! He keeps saying welcome to grad school whenever I complain, and that's how it feels. It's a lot of reading, studying, etc. The first class NURS 150 is like 4 classes built into 1. I think you only pay for it as a 9 credit class, but it feels like you are taking 16 credits. There is Fundamentals lecture, Skills Lab, PA lab, Med. math & Med. term, and Clinicals. I would highly suggest getting med. term out of the way this summer if you haven't already. Its one less thing to worry about in the program, believe me, you'll have enough to worry about. Do yourself a favor and try to find your books on-line, otherwise it's $500 + just for the required texts! I think I spent half that!:) I am currently working about 20hrs/ wk and they recommend you don't work more than 15, if at all. The teachers are all very nice, at least the ones that I have met. We don't start clinicals until the middle of Feb. so I don't know much about them yet, but I have been told by people in the program as well as some of the faculty that you will have a lot of work before and after the first day of clinicals each week (like 6-8 hours of work). I had 80 points when I applied. I wanna say that you will be ok, but they also told me that I would get into the accelerated program with 50, which wasn't the case. It all depends on how many points everyone has. I must say though, I'm glad that I'm in the traditional and not the accelerated. Kudos to those who have gotten through that program. Hopefully I haven't freaked you out too much, but yes, when they say it's hard...they aren't joking! Hopefully I have given you a good idea of what to expect. Good luck on getting in. Let me know if you have any other questions, I would be happy to help!