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  1. Hi Adrack - thanks for sharing this advice. My biggest worry, if I am lucky enough to get in, is paying for the program. How has the school been with that process? The amount is over what you can borrow federally - did they offer assistance with where to obtain the required loans for tuition? Not to mention covering somewhere to live and food to eat... Thanks!
  2. Hi! I am actually currently living in Seattle and I'm applying to JH for Fall 2019 entry. I assume you're going since you got in? Have they helped navigate the loan process/how to pay for the program? That is my biggest worry, if I were to actually get in. I have approx 40k out from my masters program. You live and learn, though... and nursing is absolutely what I want to do. NP my goal, eventually. Any advice you have or what you've learned through the process is greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  3. Hi! I am applying for Fall 2019. I was wondering if you could tell me how you're liking the program? Thanks!
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    Mercy College of Health Sciences

    Hi! I am glad to see someone on here talking about this school. I actually am applying to their ABSN for Fall 2019. How do you like it so far?
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    Duke ABSN Fall 2019

    Is anyone else concerned about the cost of the program? I worked with a nurse for many years who graduated from the Duke ABSN program and she always raved about it. She has been encouraging me to apply to Duke since I talked about going back to school for my true passion, and now what will be my 2nd career. I mean, there must be someway, or else they wouldn't graduate 2 cohorts a year from the program, right? (loans, yes... I mean, loans above and beyond federal offerings) Good luck to everyone!
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