Published Jul 15, 2009
i was blessefully accepted into macon state for Fall 2009. I was wondering what to expect the first semester. I heard that they have test over 7 chapters at a time does anyone know if this is true. How many days do you have clinicals. Are the instructors really nice. Can anybody give some valuable information
The ASN program @ MSC is difficult but doable. There are several posts on this already. You might want to do a search for them. The tests can consist of several chapters and are about 50 ?s each mc, fill in the blank. Clinicals are twice a week (once for fundamentals & once for psych). The instructors are informative and willing to help in anyway. Hope this helps a little. Make sure you do a search on MSC ASN program; there are several threads on here already. Good luck in the program.
Hello! I have applied to MSC WR campus for January. I am really nervous about getting in. Can anyone tell me what they made in their AP classes, etc and TEAS exam score that got excpeted? I am just worried. Also, any tips for the TEAS? I have been studying but it has been awhile since I had my Anatomy's and math isn't my best subject. Is there a lot of chemistry on it? THANKS!!!!!
i started classes last week and i dont think it is hard it is a lot of reading but i dont see why people say it is extremely hard
glad things are going well for you this semester. The reason people say its hard is because of the tests and amount of reading. In my class we started the program with 70 people and graduated with 40 and that includes 5 people who reapplied and were readmitted after failing a course previously. Good luck in school and make sure you "critically think" on the exams.
so did u graduate from macon state.....if so or if u are in the program now tell me anything u can remeber so that i can pass it on to other huggs and thanks
Yes I graduated in May. I started the rn-bsn program @ msc last month. My biggest suggestion is to study the powerpoints, do lots of practice questions, and when you pick an answer don't second guess yourself. Also don't cram for tests the night before; if you study for exams in advance you will be fine (i hope). I think that if you can get pass the first semester you will be ok. Good luck!
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