yea i go to summit career college, which campus are you enrolling at, i'm at the colton campus. i would have done part time for the slower pace, but the time frame doesn't coincide with my plans to have my bsn by 2014. i should have been finished college, i'm 24 y/o, but that's what happens when you procrastinate and have two kids. so now i'm trying to stay on track. i don't disagree with summit giving the hesi test, but they should have given it before they made students do financial aid, meet with the director of nursing and pay the $75 registration fee. a lot of students felt like they were tricked into thinking they were fully admitted to the program, because they've already taken the cpat and they didn't tell us until after we did all that, that we still had to take another test. i just studied my but off (i bought that admissions exam book that hesi created, at barnes and noble-$40) and prayed to god that he would let me pass. my advice on the test, is to watch you grammar-if people didn't pay attention to what the question was asking them and how the sentences were written, they would have thought their answer was correct when it wasn't. i took my precious time with that section. good luck to you on passing the test, but you probably don't need it because you sound very confident.