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    FCCJ/FSCJ Fall 2010 Hopefuls

    JenPerezPSU, I'm registered to take Online Chem for Liberal Arts with FSCJ 5/10-8/1. This is another reason why I thought that I would be o.k. to go ahead and register for Fall as I would be in the middle of taking the course.
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    FCCJ/FSCJ Fall 2010 Hopefuls

    Thanks everyone for your responses. I did call FSCJ and the lady told me that I do have to take Chem even though i've already taken Microb. And, unfortunately I didn't take Chem in highschool Still very interested in FSCJ just that i'm gonna have to wait until next summer to apply unless I can find a Chem course I can finish up by June 1!!! Good luck everyone who is applying for this fall term!!
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    FCCJ/FSCJ Fall 2010 Hopefuls

    I've already taken Microb with SJRCC and made a B back in 2007, this is why i'm unsure on how to handle this since Chem is a prereq to Microb.
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    FCCJ/FSCJ Fall 2010 Hopefuls

    Hi, everyone, I'm currently enrolled with FSCJ finishing up my last prereq for Daytona State's nursing program (Speech) but I find myself really, really liking this school. So much that I plan to apply to FSCJ for their Fall 2010 program but I have a bit of a problem. I am done with all my prereqs except for 1 - Chemistry but I went ahead and registered with FSCJ to take it during this upcoming summer (5/10-8/1). Do anyone know if I will still be able to submit my application to the nursing program even though I will be in the process of taking Chem when the application period ends? I really want to land nights/weekends and Fall is one of the only terms that has this schedule unless I wait until next summer. I know some colleges will allow this but I wasn't sure about this one. Thanks in advance for your help!
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    SJRCC (Orange Park/Palatka) Information

    The new point system have me at 138 pts total, NET Scores are 64%, 81% and 72% with a 3.6 gpa. I decided to take this term off and not take any classes at SJRCC but will pick back up next term and take my final prereq for Daytona State (a speech course) so I can apply during their May '10 period. Good luck in the hybrid A&P course - it is doable but as with any online course, it is going to require dedication on your end; however, this course is going to require a little more. Make sure you take advantage of the open labs and contact your professor whenever you are unsure about something. I'm sure you will do well - if you're passionate about becoming a nurse, you're going to do whatever it takes to fullfill that dream. I say that from experience... I decided to select days for Daytona State but I do risk having to work PT or quit all together. This wasn't an easy decision for me to make because i've worked for this same company for 18 years and i'm so afraid of abandoning this security! Everytime I think about leaving, I get an upset stomach!!
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    Daytona State Spring 2010

    Congrats to everyone that made it into DSC program. I have a couple questions for you guys because i'm looking into applying at this college during it's upcoming May enrollment period. At what campus does DSC offers it's nights program? Are classes held on weekends too? Also, can you give me an overview of your class schedule? I'm wanting to try and work some during the week as I can't afford to completely quit my job right now and i'm just trying to determine if I will be able to or not. Thanks in advance for your help!!
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    SJRCC (Orange Park/Palatka) Information

    Hi Futurenursenesha, I do have all my prereqs done for SJRCC but i'm still undecided if I want to attend this college, mainly because I want to enroll in an evening/weekend program. But, at the same time, i'll still trying to keep up with their new requirements just in case I can eventually afford to quit my job and not work while in college. I'm strongly considering DSC and although i'll have over an hour drive (i'm in Palatka), they do offer an evening program. They also don't consider what county you reside in for selection purposes- so this college may be worthwhile for you to look into as well.
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    SJRCC (Orange Park/Palatka) Information

    Just finished taking the Professions in Caring course with SJRCC and I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in the healthcare field. Aside from earning 5 pts towards your total points for passing with a "B" or better, the course provided a wealth of information as it covered many aspects of healthcare. The course can be taking onsite or online. I opted to take it online and it was not an easy "A" I had to work for it but I really enjoyed learning the course material and working on the assignments. Once you complete the course, you will have formed a sound decision on which healthcare career field you are better suited for. SJRCC only has only 36 seats available each enrollment period. Not sure why on earth they won't expand their student intake or even offer an evening/weekend program as many other surrounding institutions already have in place. Good luck with FSCJ!
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    SJRCC Summer 2009 applicants

    At SJRCC I had only 138 points since I don't work in the health field and could not get the 20 pts. My NET scores were Reading 64%, Math 81% overall 72%.
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    SJRCC Summer 2009 applicants

    Hi. I too am frustrated with SJRCC and have set my sites at other schools, particulary Daytona State, which I plan on enrolling in their January program thanks to their "no waitlist" policy. In the past, I have applied for SJRCC's program 3 consecutive enrollment periods and and only once did I make the waiting list (#7). I grew tired of the built up anticipation after submitting my paperwork and then receiving the disappointing news. My advice to you is look at other surrounding programs. FCCJ does have a very good program. Good luck!
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