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Southwestern College ADN Fall 2019

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by anikoo96 anikoo96 (Member)

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Hi everyone! I’m starting this thread so we can share our application criteria points with each other! I just turned in my application today. I have between 85 and 88 points. I have 3 B’s on my science prerequisites :((, 4.0 gpa for all the general Ed courses. I have fluency in Spanish, an associates degree, CNA, and volunteer experience. I scored an 88 on my TEAS! I hope they can look past my grades in my prerequisite courses and I get in!!! I hope we all get into this cohort! Good luck everyone 

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Hi, thank you for making a thread. Goodluck!! I applied on Tuesday! I have 86 points. I was told that last year there were 240 applicants :O

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Hello guys, I  hope i get in...

80 points total, 89 on teas, 3.3 gpa, LVN...i have read in other posts people have gotten in with mid 70s. I guess we will see. 

Also as far as i can tell, usually people get invited on mid feb to take the dosage test early march and get acceptance letters mid march.

Let me know any updates or what you guys heard.

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10 hours ago, ihopeigetin said:

Hello guys, I  hope i get in...

80 points total, 89 on teas, 3.3 gpa, LVN...i have read in other posts people have gotten in with mid 70s. I guess we will see. 

Also as far as i can tell, usually people get invited on mid feb to take the dosage test early march and get acceptance letters mid march.

Let me know any updates or what you guys heard.

What’s the dosage test?

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Hi everybody! I applied as well with 90 points, 82% teas and 4.0 gpa for my sciences. I got into San Diego City but I’m hoping for either southwestern or grossmont! 

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2 hours ago, Bunnymarie said:

What’s the dosage test?

It's a dosage calculation test. Probably math no harder than the teas.

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FutureNurse_18 has 1 years experience.

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@Bunnymarie it’s a math test for LVN applicants only. 

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Hey! I turned in my app on the very last day lol and will also apply to Gmont's nursing program.

I applied with 88 points. 30 points for an associate degree & CNA certification, 33 points from GPA (Both Anat/Physio/Micro & "fixed" at 3.6), 3 points for language, and 22 points for TEAS (85.3).

Good luck everyone!

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Everyone has great points!!! 

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Any one here doing LVN to ADN?

Any one have any idea of how many LVN to ADN applicants there are?

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missellamae has 7 years experience.

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On 1/31/2019 at 5:00 PM, ihopeigetin said:

Hello guys, I  hope i get in...

80 points total, 89 on teas, 3.3 gpa, LVN...i have read in other posts people have gotten in with mid 70s. I guess we will see. 

Also as far as i can tell, usually people get invited on mid feb to take the dosage test early march and get acceptance letters mid march.

Let me know any updates or what you guys heard.

hi! i'm also an LVN that applied for the bridge program. i heard we get emails mid February as well for the dosage test. we can only miss 1 question, anymore than that and we're already disqualified. my friend was accepted and they started last June, she said there was about 30 LVN applicants. so we have a smaller pool than the generic RN program. 

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Eventhough there is a small applicant pool there is also a smaller acceptance. I believe they only take as many LVNs as the number of RN students that drop out.

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