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Seattle University BSN (transfer) Fall 2013

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Oh, and because my life wasn't complicated enough already, my husband's employer is probably going to be requiring him (which means us- we have a 3 year old) to move out to Washington DC for a couple months this spring, which would put us back in Seattle right before the start of spring quarter. If this happens it will be very hard to take a CNA class, and I will have to take pre-calc online. Sigh. Sorry, just had to vent!

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@suzw u shuld take CNA class through these private institute. It only 3 to 4 weeks and cost is pretty much same. Also I was going through Seattle U blog from last year. They received letter end of march. So hopefully u will find before Spring starts.

Also I m going to take TEAS test for EVCC and Samuel Merritt University in Cali. I already took it once but only got 72% :(..I trying to figure out how to study for it.

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fourthtimesacharm has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SRNA.

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SPU and UW require Ochem....

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fourthtimesacharm has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SRNA.

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I heard from my nursing adviser that using the test booklets you can get online for the TEAS is really helpful. I plan on doing this if I don't get into a BSN program. Everett looks primarily at your TEAS score, so if you do well, you have a really good chance of getting in.

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Yes! it would definitely be more effective to have requirements that are streamlined!!

Seattle U requires Math 110 (or higher) as a prereq. I have college calculus, but it was more than 10 years ago, so they won't accept it. Math 138 is EvCC's equivalent.

Phew! I was panicking for a minute. I am taking MATH 102 at South Seattle CC and when I read you are taking MATH 138 I thought I needed one more. My current Algebra class is the equivalent of SU's MATH 110. Enough with the stress!

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Has anyone heard any updates on when letters will go out? I am trying not to think about it but that doesn't seem to be working... ;)

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fourthtimesacharm has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SRNA.

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Has anyone heard any updates on when letters will go out? I am trying not to think about it but that doesn't seem to be working... ;)

I haven't heard anything new, the transfer admissions counselor said letters would be going out end of March to early/mid April. I have always thought the 4 hours window comcast gives you when coming over to fix cable was horrible. are they coming right a 9? Or at 1? this whole waiting for a month to see if a (good) letter is going to show up--infinitely worse.

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fourthtimesacharm has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SRNA.

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Phew! I was panicking for a minute. I am taking MATH 102 at South Seattle CC and when I read you are taking MATH 138 I thought I needed one more. My current Algebra class is the equivalent of SU's MATH 110. Enough with the stress!

I would have freaked out too. :) So I just looked again at the equivalency list. There is no actual equivalent class at EvCC. So i was told to find the class that will transfer for a higher SU class. Looking at the list i could take Math 105, which at EvCC is Trig. but 138 is applied college algebra for non math majors, so I figure it will be pretty basic.

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Does anyone happen to know how many transfer applicants and transfer spots they have this year??:nailbiting:

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I would have freaked out too. :) So I just looked again at the equivalency list. There is no actual equivalent class at EvCC. So i was told to find the class that will transfer for a higher SU class. Looking at the list i could take Math 105, which at EvCC is Trig. but 138 is applied college algebra for non math majors, so I figure it will be pretty basic.

I just remember being told by the transfer advisor it had to be college level algebra. ????

Now someone told me they believed UW required THREE Chemistry classes. I think it's only two but the panic has set in.

Anxious for this whole process to be over and to move forward!

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I just remember being told by the transfer advisor it had to be college level algebra. ????

Now someone told me they believed UW required THREE Chemistry classes. I think it's only two but the panic has set in.

Anxious for this whole process to be over and to move forward!

If you are a transfer student/applicant to the University of Washington, they only require two chem classes - so you are correct. No need to panic!!!! :)

I've been panicking over EVERYTHING, and retracing all of the application requirements to see what I possibly could have forgotten and left out.....we are all going to be nutso before this process is over.

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fourthtimesacharm has 4 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in SRNA.

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I just remember being told by the transfer advisor it had to be college level algebra. ????

Now someone told me they believed UW required THREE Chemistry classes. I think it's only two but the panic has set in.

Anxious for this whole process to be over and to move forward!

I totally agree! I am hoping no more than two more weeks of waiting. I was trying to explain to my daycare people about the 3 different possible scenarios that may happen for next quarter. She was confused! Thankfully they are really flexible.

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