Thats a hard number. With there being 40, you have a slight chance. I haven't heard anything yet, so I'm assuming I'm much further down the list. Sigh, holding back the tears. This is so hard to deal with when you want something so bad.
Well, a chance to get in from being on the wait list. My understanding is she will send you the number you got from the lottery and the number they are currently on from people not accepting their spot. So you could have been selected as #50 but 5 people declined their spots, so you are now #5 in line.
This is a hard one. If you want the BSN right away, go with GCC. More and more hospitals are not hiring new grads with associate degrees.
All programs require the health clearance. It has to do with the clinical facilities and their rules.
Is anyone looking to join, in, or a graduate of the PCC LVN program? Was it hard to get accepted into the program? I would like to graduate from the LVN program and then apply to LVN-RN program. I heard it may be easier to get accepted into these programs then to be put on wait lists.
Is it wise to go this route? Or should I look into going straight to RN?