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I checked and mine does not say anything about nursing. Has yours changed? I want to call the school to check on the status of letters, but I don't want to be a nuisance. I called a couple of weeks ago.
No mine hasn't changed. I just saw some other people from different schools that did and I was just curious if UALR did the same thing. Well if you do call, definately let us know anything you find out. I'm so nervous.
I AM SO HAPPY FOR YOU!!!! I GOT SO EXCITED I PICKED UP MY PHONE TO CALL YOU AND REALIZED I DIDN'T HAVE A NUMBER FOR YOU (LOL...LOL...LOL) ANYWAY...CONGRATS, HOPE TO HEAR SOMETHING SOON!! YOU ARE NOW OFFICIAL!!!!
Hello, I also just received my letter from UALR. Have you happened to look at the schedule for the summer Nursing class. I got online today and they have several to choose from. Some are two days a week and others just one. I was wondering which would be the best? And which instructor?
I checked out the site and saw that there were a number of different options. From my understanding in talking with previous students, we will be in class (lecture and skills) three days/week. I could be wrong because things always change. I am hoping that the handbook will have more information.
The classes on BOSS are set up to where you sign up for a lecture class that is Monday, then you also will need to sign up for a skills lab for either Wednesday or Thursday. After lecture each week, you will go over to the ETAS building to sign up for a skills check-off time. Check-offs are done either Thursday or Friday. You aren't usually there very long at all for check-offs. Make the best of your time in skills lab in N1300... you will greatly regret it at check-off time if you slack off. It's a really stressful class. You will learn basic nursing skills and how to do the properly. Practice, practice, practice is the best advice I can give you on surviving N1300.
Congratulations and good luck everyone!