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What's Helene Fuld Like?

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I have a few questions for anyone who went to Helene Fuld for their B.S program: how was it for you?

I have a bachelors degree and have also taken numerous nursing courses like API and II, etc. because I also applied to ABSN programs. I was conditionally accepted to Helene Fuld ( I just need to take their TEAS exam and get a passing grade) How likely is Helene Fuld to take most of my coursework? For those students who were transfer students or Second Degree, did you find that the school worked with you to accept most of the classes? 

I'm thinking that if they find that most of my coursework is equivalent to what they're asking for, I could graduate in about 3 semesters. I was also accepted to Mt. Sinai's program, so now I'm feeling conflicted. I'm going to call tomorrow, but wanted to ask people what their experience was like at Helene Fuld, 

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Hey, this is a major concern of mine as well. I haven’t got the chance to reach out to anyone regarding accepting/waiving classes for students who have have successfully completed these pre requisite courses. Did you get any concrete feedback ?

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18 hours ago, Journe24 said:

Hey, this is a major concern of mine as well. I haven’t got the chance to reach out to anyone regarding accepting/waiving classes for students who have have successfully completed these pre requisite courses. Did you get any concrete feedback ?

I haven't, unfortunately. All I know is what I've read from past Allnurses posts. A lot of posters talk about the program being difficult, but I don't remember anyone mention any administration systemic issues really sticking out to them. 

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Okay, I plan on reaching out to an admissions counselor this week before fully committing because I have majority of those classes fulfilled. I would hope they would be able to accommodate me in advancing me if possible. Wish you luck.

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2 hours ago, Journe24 said:

Okay, I plan on reaching out to an admissions counselor this week before fully committing because I have majority of those classes fulfilled. I would hope they would be able to accommodate me in advancing me if possible. Wish you luck.

Thank you, I wish you the same and will DM you if I do hear from someone regarding credit transfer!

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