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TheRegisteredNerd

TheRegisteredNerd BSN

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TheRegisteredNerd has 2 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Neonatal.

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    UNCC MSN Community/Public Health

    Has anyone participated in this program, or know of anyone that has? I am having a hard time find any reviews or anything on it anywhere. It is a distance program, which is what I am looking for, but I need more info from actual participants.
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    Coastal Carolina Community College ADN 2015

    Congrats on getting in! Do you mind my asking how many points you have? I was selected as an alternate and I'm just trying to gauge things.
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    Points help in Jacksonville!

    I'm currently a student at Coastal Carolina Community College in Jacksonville, NC and I can't find any useful info anywhere. I'm aware it's very competitive here because of all of the military traffic (I applied last year and did not get in), but I'm dying to have a rough estimate of how many points will get you admitted, or at least close. The counselors won't tell you, and I understand that it is going to vary by how many people apply and what their totals are, but I just need an idea! Are there any current or former CCCC students on here that can tell me how many points they had when they were admitted? I got an 84 on my TEAS for my application last year, which got me 14 points. I'm debating on taking it again, but if those few extra points would make a huge difference, I will. I appreciate any insight! TIA :)
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    Points help in NC!!

    Can you tell I'm new here lol. I didn't know there was a NC forum, I'll post over there, thanks!
  5. TheRegisteredNerd

    Points help in NC!!

    I'm currently a student at Coastal Carolina Community College in Jacksonville, NC and I can't find any useful info anywhere. I'm aware it's very competitive here because of all of the military traffic (I applied last year and did not get in), but I'm dying to have a rough estimate of how many points will get you admitted, or at least close. The counselors won't tell you, and I understand that it is going to vary by how many people apply and what their totals are, but I just need an idea! Are there any current or former CCCC students on here that can tell me how many points they had when they were admitted? I got an 84 on my TEAS for my application last year, which got me 14 points. I'm debating on taking it again, but if those few extra points would make a huge difference, I will. I appreciate any insight! TIA :)
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