Maricopa Waiting List / Placement / Timestamps 2010+ - page 17

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Hey everyone, I wanted to start a place for people to post and repost about waitlist times, placement runs, and their timestamps. It is very hard searching for all the information and maybe people will access this thread and... Read More


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    I got placed! I deferred it last semester and got placed at my first choice, Chandler-Gilbert for fall. 10/14/2011 08:01:27AM timestamp
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    I was placed too!! Time and date stamp10/14/2011 8:03
    Anyone else have MCC traditional!?
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    Timestamps as in how long u have been on a waiting last to get into the nursing program??
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    @faithHOPEloveRN-I got Mesa traditional too!

    @gamez28 - Yes, when you apply for the Maricopa nursing system, you are given a time stamp and placed on a waiting list. It was taking 2-3 years to get placed for the people who applied a few years ago. Now with the CEP, I've heard it's taking more like 3-3.5 years to placed for the regular non-CEP programs.
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    Omg that is CRAZY!!!!!! Thanks for the info
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    AZmama86- is that after all pre reqs are complete or can u be added to the list before??
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    It's after all pre reqs are completed. You cant apply without completing them first. You can, however, wait to take the co req classes for while youre waiting so your course load wont be so rough when you get in. You can also take the CEP pre reqs after getting on the list if you want to take that route. Or you can take the RN-BSN pre reqs (that's what I did) while waiting to get in so you can bridge to BSN after graduating/passing NCLEX.
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    @gamez28... What mrsboots97 said. I got all the pre-reqs done, got on the waiting list in October 2011. I started taking the co-reqs so that I could focus on the nursing program when I got in, then I moved onto the NAU CEP pre-reqs (the same as the NAU RN-BSN classes). I was a single mom of two kids and work full time so the CEP was never an option for me because of not having much time until a few months ago when I met my amazing husband. I will be done with my last CEP pre-req in 6 weeks and I'm applying for the CEP in May, so since I'm already placed in the regular program, I'll have my choice between the CEP and traditional program. Hope that helps!
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    Quote from AZMama86
    @gamez28... What mrsboots97 said. I got all the pre-reqs done, got on the waiting list in October 2011. I started taking the co-reqs so that I could focus on the nursing program when I got in, then I moved onto the NAU CEP pre-reqs (the same as the NAU RN-BSN classes). I was a single mom of two kids and work full time so the CEP was never an option for me because of not having much time until a few months ago when I met my amazing husband. I will be done with my last CEP pre-req in 6 weeks and I'm applying for the CEP in May, so since I'm already placed in the regular program, I'll have my choice between the CEP and traditional program. Hope that helps!
    Hello there, congrats on applying in May. I finished all my pre and co reqs and applied and start in june with the Gateway/NAU CEP program. I'm in the traditional CEP program.
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    Quote from scrubgirl16
    Hello there, congrats on applying in May. I finished all my pre and co reqs and applied and start in june with the Gateway/NAU CEP program. I'm in the traditional CEP program.
    Thanks!! Congratulations to you on starting soon! I'm so excited to start!


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