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Trinity university of Asia international BSN program

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by kay26 kay26 (Member)

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Hi! anyone interested in applying to this program? I'm trying to attend this school year 2012 June. Anyone in the program already? Can you tell me about your experience so far?

THANK YOU! :)

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Medic2RN has 10 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in ER, IICU, PCU, EMS.

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Moved to the Phillipine nursing forum.

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I studied here for 2 years but they wanted a flat 2.00 and wouldn't accept my 2.01 so I moved to Capitol Med. But now, they lowered their gpa requirement to 2.15!

Anyways, TUA is a great school for the theoretical part, but i dont think they offer the best clinical experiences :) my friends who had their rotations in St. Luke's weren't allowed to do hands on work.

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Hello Kay26 I am really interested in applying to the international program of Trinity university of asia. After graduating are you going to be able to take the NCLEX-RN in california. I heard that its really hard to take the nclex-rn in ca if you are graduating from the philippines in general. Anyways are you already in the program? Did you start already?

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Silverdragon102 has 30 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Hello Kay26 I am really interested in applying to the international program of Trinity university of asia. After graduating are you going to be able to take the NCLEX-RN in california. I heard that its really hard to take the nclex-rn in ca if you are graduating from the philippines in general. Anyways are you already in the program? Did you start already?

Suggest you read the several threads in Nurse Registration regarding issues many International trained nurses are going through with CA. If you do goes this route you must ensure that your clinical and theory is done within the same semester

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