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Pensacola Christian College

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Tips mention: Interview (2), ACT/SAT (64), Grades (48), Sports/Extracurriculars (8), College Essay (8)
I was a hospital volunteer in high school whichMar 28 2007Nursing
I was a hospital volunteer in high school which made me know for sure I wanted to be a nurse before starting college. If I had not had been so determined to complete training for the lifework which I knew I was meant to do, I never would have finished the program. I was under extreme amount of stress to pass clinicals even though my GPA ended up being so low I cannot be accepted into grad wchool now and was placed into 2 charge nurse positions only 6 & 9 months after graduation (at a large hospital). So I do feel well-prepared. That being said, nurses have a bad reputation of "killing their own young"--a sad reality you will hear at many nursing conferences. At least one instructor I know who was very inconsistent in helping some low-quality students along (who failed their state boards in '93) yet did everything to eliminate very kind and high quality nurses from their program in an effort to limit class size, is no longer at PCC. Also, I think the college has a better enrollment process for the nursing program now which prevents the instructors from having to axe out a large number of capable students after they've already spent time/money in the program. The program has 3 years of clinical--more than most BSN programs offer which is great. They provided transportation for all the students to/from clinical (not having a car at school helped me to be able to finish college debt-free).
ACT: 24 Female
I had to get recommendations and hand in myMar 27 2007Education
I had to get recommendations and hand in my application form. A month later, I was accepted. Go to if you're interested.
Good grades and good recommendationsMar 27 2007Education
They accept everyoneMar 27 2007Agriculture/Horticulture
They accept everyone. You can be dumb as a brick and get in. They use high school textbooks to teach their college level classes. Pathetic.
They will take almost anybodyMar 27 2007Nursing
They will take almost anybody. They even offer bribes to help boost their numbers recently because it is so hard to get students now that more alumni are actually speaking out about how horrible thigns really are. Representatives and others will lie through their teeth to get you there!
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