I have been coming home every day after work, before picking up my three kids, just to check the mailbox. I got my letter today, and I am still at a loss of what the h*ll the wait list entails. Like others said, they won't tell you where you are on the list...so...I am not remaining positive here. PLUS, I just received my final grade for the semester (A&P II) and I barely, and I mean BARELY, got a "C". Yes, that's all I need, but I can guarantee you that when they look at that wait list again, they are throwing me to the curb. So...
I was already registered in both A&P II (again), as well as a Math class (my Math grade was a "D" from TWENTY years ago, and since I am "old" and had no clue about this whole application process...I didn't retake it...anyhow), BUT, for some stupid reason in the back of my mind I am still thinking that "just in case I get called", there is no need for me to actively be IN those classes when they make those calls, because then that would be a huge waste of money, time, energy, etc. I cancelled them and registered for the last 3 classes that will land me my AA in General Studies, and will retake Math and A&P II in the Fall or next Spring...if need be.
I see that there is a mandatory orientation in the beginning of June, which wouldn't help us on the wait list as the letter stated they review the wait listed after the Spring grades, and send out a final letter in late June.
I was RIGHT on the borderline of Advanced for my TEAS, but didn't retake it to gain that level. I have taken many of my classes at CCBC, whether now or 20 years ago when it was still Essex CC :). In my mind I am way at the bottom of the wait list, but I am clueless as to how many people are on there in the first place.
It would be nice to know something, anything, to give us a little more understanding of all of this. Besides, not knowing isn't helping us plan our future much either
Sorry this is so long, but after the letter today, I felt a vent coming on :)