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Why oh Why is it so hard to get Pre-reqs done?

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by cshelz89 cshelz89 (New Member) New Member

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Hi new here! I am trying to take my pre-reqs at RCC and having trouble getting into them. I have registered at other JC's but am low on the list as a new student.

So my ? Any tips on getting into them? I know I am not the only one having this problem:)

Thanks so much for all your help.

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If you can afford to pay high tuition rates, consider taking online courses and transferring them in. The cost is high, but the convenience of getting the courses done is worth it.

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I go too RCC too, don't worry I know the feeling I have been going there for 2 years now and this was the first semester I got all the classes I needed. This was my first semester that my registration date was the first day and the earliest time. It just all depends how many units you have taken previously don't worry you will get through it. Good Luck

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Thanks so much for the help.

chopkins08-how many units did you have to get that reg date?

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I had 48 units altogether. I think spring I had an alright registration date too, but because of how many people there are I ended up being a waitlist for all the sciences classes.

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thanks:D I have 23 units and this sem i am on waitlists (15-29th person)! I am taking whatever i can get into just to raise my date. When I went to sign up for my science i was the 20th on waitlist on day 5 of reg. Well I guess there is hope.

Thanks again.

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I, too, was unable to get into the classes I wanted to take so I ended up taking the sciences with National University. NU has a campus in Ontario, which is where I took my A&P1. They're regionally accredited, so there shouldn't be any issues with transferring the units to whatever school you apply to. Also, you can complete all three of the sciences in six months as opposed to three traditional semesters; the downside is the classes are accelerated so you have to be really focused to do well. The other negative thing about NU is that they are more expensive than the CC...for me it was worth it, but you may feel differently. I actually like their format so much that I'm applying for their BSN program.

Good luck!

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@DaleenMarine- Thanks so much for the advice! I will check into it.:D

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