Not getting accepted into nursing school? Try... - page 2

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If you are not sure about getting accepted into nursing school - apply to many many schools. :) How many schools did you apply to? Did you apply to 1, 2, or many? Please share this with friends and post your comments... Read More


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    I applied to 1 school, denied the first try because of the date that I finished my last prereq, and then I got in 2 semesters later. I cannot complain too much - I knocked out a psych minor with a 4.0 while I was waiting :-)

    Good luck everyone!
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    I applied to two schools. Got into the BSN program, did not get into the ADN program.
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    Quote from MPETRIDES1984
    I applied to 20 schools....got into 3 so far, wait listed at 1, and rejected by 4. still have a lot to hear from though!!!
    whoa. That would get costly...it was $30 and $20 to apply to the schools I did. goodness gracious.
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    Yea the down side to applying to so many schools is the fact that each application averages $60 and to pay to get your official transcripts sent
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    I went from 6 to 3 to 1 for the rn-bridge.. and I decided to stick with the one and kept applying. I started late march.. and its going great !
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    Hi fellow students!
    I applied to 5 schools, got accepted to 2 and 1 put me on their waiting list.
    I know it's a pain in the butt to apply to the different programs since they all have a different application process, but apply to as many schools as possible!!! The hassle of doing it is well worth it.
    Good luck to all!
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    Applied to 1 school and was accepted.
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    Just one. And I got in. Finishing up my first year.
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    haha, great cartoon! I only applied to two!
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    I was 1 year away from getting my dual degree and I had only applied to ONE accelerated program. Needless to say, I didn't get in and I truly believe that it was because of my lack of experience and young age in comparison to the other applicants because I was only 21.

    By the grace of God, I applied in my last month of graduating to another school and got in. So, only 2.

    I would never put all my eggs in one basket again though!


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