NAU Spring 2012 Hopefuls - page 10

by lilyblooming

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Hi everyone, I'm Lily. I am applying to NAU's 2012 program and was hoping for any advice with the HESI A2 (what books to study since I've heard many bad reviews about the review) I know it's some time away but I am shooting to... Read More


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    I had a 4.0, a 78 on the Kaplan and one in progress class. Thanks! I am keeping my fingers crossed!
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    You'll get in
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    Congrats everyone!

    I didn't get in.. not even the alternate list.

    But I will try again next semester!
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    Got accepted to Tucson campus!
    About a 3.7, 92 on Kaplan and 2 in progress classes

    David
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    Congratulations David!!!

    dka44: I had a 3.8 GPA, 85% on the Kaplan, 2 classes in progress.

    - Jane
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    kestep23: You should call your advisor on Monday. I've heard that applicants in the past have been accepted but not received letters.

    Does anyone know when we are to enroll in Pathology? Does that happen once we've completed all of the paperwork and call to enroll in our NUR classes?
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    I was accepted to the Tucson campus as well. Does anyone know how much the total tuition and fees are for one semester and what the 1st semester schedule is like?
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    Hi Kaitlin,

    I believe you don't actually have to be in the nursing program to enroll in Pathology because I was going to take it this semester but decided to wait. But I think an authorization number is required to enroll in the course.

    - Jane
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    Congratulations to everyone who got in and best of luck for the people who will try again next time!

    Lily
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    dka44: I have a 3.9, 87 on the Kaplan and 4 classes in progress.

    I'm so excited for every one! Also, if any of you didn't get in and you are trying for the Fall, be sure to talk to your nursing admissions supervisor about it. I remember my supervisor saying that if I failed acceptance, she would counsel me on how to improve my application so that I would know exactly what I need to work on to better my chances of acceptance the following semester.

    Again, good job 2014 nurses and good luck to those who are trying for the Fall!!!


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