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  1. fate4nursing15

    CSU Los Angeles School of Nursing (CSULA Fall 2012)

    @jumpingfish: No problem, anytime! My first semester I took English 101, Chemistry 151, HHS 101, and another course...which I cannot remember at the top of my head at this moment (sorry!). But really, do not sweat the placement exam...it's not even that hard. You can miss 5/6 I believe? And there is also a sheet at the testing center which I recommend you go over and do the problems because it really does help. And I think you can take the placement exam a few times, but get it over with and do it soon. I think the permit once you pass the entrance exam for chem is 1 year or something. Good luck! Check out the roadmaps for nursing and follow that. I suggest you map out your entire 2 years and see what classes to take. It's good to pick them early so you know what your choices are and you're not rushing to pick your courses a week ahead of time. Just plan, follow your roadmap and you should be okay. It may seem like a long 2 years, but it will definitely go by quick. No matter what, don't give up and do your best. That's all that counts Fate4nursing15
  2. fate4nursing15

    CSU Los Angeles School of Nursing (CSULA Fall 2012)

    @jumpingfish21 and onesteph: Hi guys, Sorry it took so long to respond; I have been really busy and have not checked the website. I took all my pre-req courses at CSULA and finished all my courses in 2 years and applied and got accepted so I will be starting this september. Each quarter was really tough because I did 4 classes every quarter and one quarter I did 5 classes. But I managed to pull through and finish all my classes in time. I am not going to lie it was very difficult to study and juggle family and a social life, but it is not impossible. Just need to really study, have amibtion and believe that you are able to pull through and get accepted. Always have a positive mind and help people around you. It's good to have a networking system so that you can study with people and help each other out. A lot of the time, the classes you are taking you will take with the same people...so familiar faces and networking with friends is always a plus. Let me know if you need anything else, more than happy to help! good luck! fate4nursing15
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    CSU Los Angeles School of Nursing (CSULA Fall 2012)

    Hi Jumpingfish21: How exciting -- freshman year at CSULA i have to say should be the time to really buckle down and get serious about your GPA and what you wanna do. I am a full time student at CSULA, started off as a freshman and took all the science classes there, except Micro (I took that at ELAC). Honestly, my advice to you is to really put your mind and heart to it -- do your best and give it all you've got. Try getting all A's in all your classes because that really benefits your chances of getting into the program, along with a decent to high TEAS score. And in terms of clubs, because CSULA is a commuter college, we're not so much frat/sorority oriented, if that's what you're asking. I know that there is a nursing organization on campus but I believe that it's only for students who make it into the program. Honestly, dont stray from your books and spend the next 2 years finishing all your major classes. It's worth it in the end. Good luck!
  4. fate4nursing15

    CSU Los Angeles School of Nursing (CSULA Fall 2012)

    No problem, I hope everything works out for you!! And good news comes in for all of us this week -- we've definitely worked hard for this. But things happen for a reason...so keep being optimistic everyone!!
  5. fate4nursing15

    CSU Los Angeles School of Nursing (CSULA Fall 2012)

    But again, you might want to call admissions and double check. Just in case!
  6. fate4nursing15

    CSU Los Angeles School of Nursing (CSULA Fall 2012)

    Karanb1r: I am a current student @ CSULA and I remember having the same problem. Trust me, admission to the university has nothing to do with admission into the program. You might want to check if you have any holds or things to do on GET though. If not, you're good to go. That happened to me when I was first applying there. I called admissions and they said that they were in the process of finalizing everything. You should be ok! good luck everyone!! I hope this week is it!
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