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Schedule for Gerneral arts and Science Health Science

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by mzamir mzamir (New) New

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Hello I'm just curious if anyone in the GASH- Health Science could enlighten me on the schedule. I have to take one semester at Durham College and then in Jan 2011 I will begin the RPN course, I have two little ones one of which will have to go to day care and I'm trying to get her into it but I would like to know what the course hours are just to have an idea. Thanks for you help and any imput even reguarding the RPN course is much appreciate. I guess you would call me a mature student so I'm terrified as well of just going back to school after 14yrs, Thanks

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Hi, I am actually wondering the same question, did you start the GAS-H program last January?

I will be taking 3 classes the Bio, Chem and Math and wanted to know what the scheduling was like? I know I will be able to pick a block but I'm very curious whether I will be able to take these classes in 2 or 3 days and work the rest?

Did you start your RN program this past September, it's what I will be applying for in Sept 2012, so I'm a year behind you...LOL...

I do hope you respond, take care and thanks,

Medica

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I'm taking a General Arts and Science, but at Humber College. If it is anything like Humber, we didn't get to chose our hours; they were just given to us. It's only 17 hours though, and 4 out of 5 days I start at 8am and finish early in the day

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I am a second year RPN student at Durham.

The schedules are already laid out in 'blocks' and you just pick the one that best suits your needs. With General Arts & Science there are quite a few to choose from, and I'm sure if you speak with the student liaison (I believe her name is Heather), she will gladly help you out to try and make your schedule fit your needs.

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Hey thanks for the replies i really appreciate it.

@ stnRPNjenn, my goal is to get into the RPN program at DC for Sept 2012, do you know wgar the mark cuts off were for Math, Bio and Chemistry.

The admissions woman told me to aim for 90's, but is this for sure???

thanks,

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Hey thanks for the replies i really appreciate it.

@ stnRPNjenn, my goal is to get into the RPN program at DC for Sept 2012, do you know wgar the mark cuts off were for Math, Bio and Chemistry.

The admissions woman told me to aim for 90's, but is this for sure???

thanks,

I took the Health Prep general arts & science before getting into nursing as well, and I would say get your grades as high as you can 90's are great but 80's are still pretty good too. I think I had low to mid 80's. I am pretty sure you will have better chance of being accepted for RPN, by just being a previous Durham student.

Good luck! let me know if you have any other questions!

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