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Resurrection university 2016

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by lj18 lj18 (Member)

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Is there anyone applying for the Fall 2016 BSN pre licensure day time program? Have you taken the TEAS? How was it? What can I expect to see on the test? Have you applied for financial aid? If this is your first BSN, did financial aid cover all, if not most of your tuition? Just trying to see if there's anyone on the same boat. As I have researched this website and found very limited information about resurrection university.

Would greatly appreciate the help.

Thank you!

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Everything that is on the ATI book, even the style of questions, will be on the test. I found some math videos on Youtube that helped. Take your time covering everything and making notes and going back to review. The lowest score to get in, I think is a 68.

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I am also applying for fall! I feel pretty confident that I'll get in. Any chance you'll need a roommate? I'm from a few states away so I'm trying to figure out my housing situation!

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I applied for fall 2015 day program. The deadline has just passed, so hopefully we'll all know something soon enough. I saw something somewhere (can't remember where) that says the TEAS score has to be greater than 80%. Study up your basic math and basic algebra. Honestly, I studied from their exam book only and passed the test. Hopefully the phone calls will start coming in as the deadline was April 1.

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TEAS score is 68 or above. You can find that info on their website or application portal.

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Good luck everyone, I start in May

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I applied for the program. I scored a 80.7% on the TEAS V. My overall GPA is a 3.22 but my science GPA is a 3.6. I received a call from John stating that I was accepted. I am still waiting on the formal acceptance letter.

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What are the must do's that need to be completed such as CPR certification, shots etc...after acceptance into the program? Is there the ATI pass fails I read in another forum.

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You only need a 68 to pass TEAS now? Back in 2010 when I started, we had to make an 80.

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Yeah I wish all states were relatively similar. I know other state programs like a few I read about in Texas that need less than that, 52..

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Seems like they are dumbing down the requirements to get into nursing school. Money, money, money. I'm sure they will neglect to inform incoming students that the job market for new grads is scarce. It's a saturated market now. Not enough jobs for too many grads. It took me more than a year and a half to land that first job.

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Oh wow. May be a good idea to branch out of illinois? I have read a few comments on here that some people say the same thing. I also read that because a majority of nurses currently working are in their 40s and late 50s. They project a shortage of nurses due to timing of retirement and also hospitals are projected to start closing by 2020 because they are not as in use as they use to be ie..Healthcare cost. So it's actually better to work in a clinic or a good busy founded hospital. I'm not sure how true that is but it's interesting.

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