Vanderbilt Pre-Specialty (for non-RNs) MSN 2013 - page 2

Hi All, There doesn't seem to be a thread yet for pre-specialty Vandy applicants (the thread going now seems to consist mostly of grad entry), so I thought I'd start one! Any other pre-specialty... Read More

  1. Visit  hi616 profile page
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    I applied pre-specialty too but I've been mainly posting on the other thread because there seems to be some pre-specialty students mixed in. I didn't go to the open house in October, but I did visit the school a few weeks ago. They actually handed out the same book they give out for the open house. There is info for all of the programs in it so some of it doesn't apply. I still found it pretty useful and if anyone calls they might be willing to mail a copy. When I visited I was told the next thing we should be hearing about is financial aid. All applicants will be receiving packets about financial aid by the end of January.
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  3. Visit  worth11 profile page
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    Thanks for the info, hi616! Which specialty are you applying for?
  4. Visit  hi616 profile page
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    No problem! I'm doing FNP and chose to do my second year as a distance learner. My biggest con for Vanderbilt is that I don't really like the way clinical placements are set up with two hour radius so I chose to do the distance thing. However that also poses a problem because I would need to apply for reciprocity before doing my second year because Illinois (my home state) is not a compact state.

    Is anyone else doing the distance learning option for year 2?
  5. Visit  worth11 profile page
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    I think ACNP pre-specialty students are required to complete both years in Nashville. That's definitely not a bad thing though...I love Nashville! Hopefully the distance learning option will work out for you though. Is Vanderbilt your first choice?
  6. Visit  megcl21 profile page
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    Hi! It's nice to hear that someone's from Illinois as well!

    I'm applying to Vanderbilt (FNP) through a 3-2 program at my undergraduate institution. Vanderbilt is my top choice and it's exciting because Vanderbilt is the only school that offers an MSN (other schools include Johns Hopkins, Emory, etc.). However, it's a little nervewracking because I do not have a BSN and don't know what to expect in terms of mixing clinicals, lectures, seminars, etc.

    Anyone feeling the same way?
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  7. Visit  hi616 profile page
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    megcl,

    Hello! I'm a little nervous about what to expect too in terms of clinicals, lectures, etc., but I would feel the same way if I had done a BSN program too I think. So I'm just telling myself if I'm admitted they think I can handle it so it will all be okay.

    Are you applying to any Illinois schools? I'm applying to UIC, DePaul, and Rush. DePaul and Rush are just RN programs with an MSN though, only UIC has an advanced practice portion as well. Good luck to you!
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  8. Visit  jb30 profile page
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    I got an email on Jan. 8th setting up my PMHNP phone interview for Jan. 11th. I'm super nervous!
  9. Visit  KoKe profile page
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    who was the email from?
  10. Visit  jb30 profile page
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    From the Administrative Assistant.
  11. Visit  sarahdukie profile page
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    Omigosh good luck!! Can I ask when your app was complete? You are the first I've heard to interview, so not sure if others can expect to hear something soon? Wow, I didn't think interviews would start until the end of the month!
  12. Visit  hannahzp profile page
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    I also applied to the PMHNP track. I haven't heard anything yet about an interview and I submitted my application by the December 1 deadline. I thought we were supposed to hear in March?
  13. Visit  jb30 profile page
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    Thanks for the good luck. I literally submitted my application on November 30 at like 9:00 PM. I don't know if its a good or bad sign that I have an interview and no one else seems to...
  14. Visit  hannahzp profile page
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    It's a good sign, you have an interview! Good luck


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