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Rank colleges for RPN (Mohawk, George Brown, and Sheridan)

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by dango_levi dango_levi (New Member) New Member

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Hello everyone 🙂

So I got into those three colleges and would really love to accept mohawk but I NEED BEEF about sheridan because shes basically forcing me to go there since its just right next door. I was in George Brown for Pre-Health. Based on what I my research, Sheridan is horrible at placements and their system's fcked. George Brown, got 9 courses first sem and will talk about new science topics that I have studied thanks to Pre-Health. And Mohawk is Self-taught (which I need more detail on as it scares tf out of me).

Listen, I want mohawk so that I can bridge to Mcmaster. I dont want sheridan at all. Worried bout my safety over there due to the population (because, its brampton guys) and I hear they give out tests worth high. My mom wants to know how can I bridge to RN if I get in sheridan RPN. And if anyone have anything about George Brown, PLEASE SPILLLLLLL. (its ghetto over there- my friend).

Thank you very much in advance.

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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and works as a Registered Nurse.

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Moved to the Canadian Nursing Program forum 

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Hey! I’m in Pre-Health at George Brown too 😊

I got accepted into the RPN program for May start of this year. Honestly, have you been to the Waterfront Campus for a tour yet? If not you should schedule one. It’s beautiful, state of the art labs, library is beautiful, so much space to grab a table and work with your friends (if you’re st the St. James campus now you probably understand the struggle to find a table there as well!).

 

Personaly, GBC RPN is my first choice. I understand what you’re saying how Sheridan is close, I commute to downtown Toronto every day from Milton but I think it’s worth it. It all depends on how much money/time you want to spend on commuting. I can’t soeak to which program is better considering I haven’t started yet, but technically if you’re coming from GBC’s pre-health you only need to take 7 courses in first semester instead of 9. This is because we’ve taken College English and a General education elective in our program and we can transfer it over. Also, it doesn’t matter where you go for your RPN for bridging purposes. You can get into any bridge program at any college/university so long as you have a good average and pass the licensing exam to become an RPN. Hope this addresses some of your concerns! Let me know how it goes for you 😊

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Thank you for replying. I did not know about the 7 courses at all. Can you tell me which general studies we get to skip if i do pursue rpn in gbc next sem? Thanks so much

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xokw has 5 years experience as a BSN, RN.

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You can bridge through Mo/Mac regardless of the school you do your PN program through. 

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On 3/30/2019 at 3:42 PM, dango_levi said:

Thank you for replying. I did not know about the 7 courses at all. Can you tell me which general studies we get to skip if i do pursue rpn in gbc next sem? Thanks so much

Yes! So basically because you did College English (COMM 1020, i believe is the course code?) and because you have to take a general education elective in pre-health/nursing, they automatically transfer the courses from your pre-health transcript to your nursing transcript. So you'd only have to take the 7 remaining courses which is anatomy/physiology, lifespan development, and the five nursing classes/labs

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