College Sophomore 2013-01-22T05:48:34Z
The process of getting into the nursing program is slightly difficult. The main things are filling out the application specifically for the nursing program, and taking the TEAS test. The most important/required criteria is having a 2.8 high school GPA or higher, passing Chemistry with a "C" or higher (Chemistry may be taken in high school or college. Either will count towards the pre-reqs required), and passing the TEAS test. The most difficult thing is passing the TEAS test. There are not any abnormal processes. I recommend taking a year to do pre-reqs before actually doing the program. It looks better when applying.
College Sophomore 2012-12-28T15:05:18Z
To get accepted into the nursing program you must past the entrance exam. I did not pass it the 1st year which automatically makes me go to school 5 years. They will only allow you to take the entrance exam 1 time each year compared to other schools that accept it 3 times and some schools do not require it at all. They only accept 24 nursing students a year. I am waiting to see if I passed it this year.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-18T06:33:43Z
I'm in the Radiologic Technologist program. There was a test you had to take as an application to the program. On the Bluefield Campus there were only 14 students accepted yearly. The test scores, GPA, and I'm sure others things all are what determines if you get accepted into the program.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-18T06:30:39Z
The are a wide variety of degrees at BSC. Most degrees are hands on, which makes it so much easier to learn.
College Senior 2012-10-16T10:29:23Z
I am moving up from an LPN to a RN, and I do not have anxiety about finding a job, but getting through school.
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