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Has anyone gotten into the traditional nursing programAverageNursing
Has anyone gotten into the traditional nursing program as a transfer student? When I applied to the school I was encouraged to apply for the traditional program instead of the accelerated because my grades will not get me into the accelerated because they review all your past academic history. However with the traditional, I start off with a fresh GPA in which they only consider new GPA at the school. In other words if I get a 3.5 this semester, they will use that gpa to evaluate my acceptance into the program. Right now I am currently taking chemistry and another religion course at MSMC. I was told by the admissions counselor that transfer students with 3.5 or above normally gets into the traditional program but I am worried because acceptance into the program for transfers are also based on space available after the freshman has been accepted. So if the freshman class does well and it all gets filled, I'm basically screwed. Im super nervous because I'm working really hard for this, i drive to the school every day, 1 hour going and one hour coming back home. So a total of two hours thats how bad I want it. Has anyone been in my shoes and has gotten into the traditional as a transfer student? what would you recommend? what was you experience like?
1st Year Female -- Class 1922
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Collaboration/Competitive: C+
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The grass is not greener on the otherNot so bright
The grass is not greener on the other side. The school appearance is welcoming, but once in the school you can for get about it. It's all about the money. Teachers can't teach, they are rude and disrespectfully. I don't even think they qualify to be teachers. Worst mistake of my life. Do not go for nursing in this school. You will fail. There is no help, none at all.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2018
Collaboration/Competitive: B, Education Quality: F
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Keep your mouth shutAverageNursing
Keep your mouth shut if you have any conservative views. It can cost you a grade and therefore a lot of money. All I learned in creative writing was about immigration and how wonderful it was.
1st Year Female -- Class 1920
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