CSU Los Angeles School of Nursing (CSULA Fall 2012) - page 102

Hello, I thought I'd make this thread for the new application group... even though it's a bit late since we have to all apply soon! Anyway! I want to apply for the Fall 2012 term but I had some questions. I am an current... Read More

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    Thats good to hear joy. Atleast you still have an opportunity to be in the program

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    Quote from joyest72
    I received an email saying that I am in the waiting list....
    Good relief yet still a bit sad.
    Dont give up Joy, imagine yourself in there. Perseverance and resilience!
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    How many points did you guys have to be on the waiting list?
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    I am going to begin my freshman year in CSULA as a pre-nursing major but I am beginning to get nervous! I am afraid I may not make it into the nursing program.
    Is it possible to be involved in clubs while being a pre-nursing student?
    I also want to get my CNA license but I do not know if I should do that this summer or wait until next summer. Any advice?
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    Quote from kosmic2003
    Thats good to hear joy. Atleast you still have an opportunity to be in the program
    Thanks. I guess, better than nothing ya?
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    Quote from abodamurse
    Dont give up Joy, imagine yourself in there. Perseverance and resilience!
    Thank you
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    When are you guys going to get the physical exam/ background check?
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    We will get that information sometime during the summer.
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    Hi Jumpingfish21:

    How exciting -- freshman year at CSULA i have to say should be the time to really buckle down and get serious about your GPA and what you wanna do. I am a full time student at CSULA, started off as a freshman and took all the science classes there, except Micro (I took that at ELAC). Honestly, my advice to you is to really put your mind and heart to it -- do your best and give it all you've got. Try getting all A's in all your classes because that really benefits your chances of getting into the program, along with a decent to high TEAS score.
    And in terms of clubs, because CSULA is a commuter college, we're not so much frat/sorority oriented, if that's what you're asking. I know that there is a nursing organization on campus but I believe that it's only for students who make it into the program. Honestly, dont stray from your books and spend the next 2 years finishing all your major classes. It's worth it in the end.

    Good luck!
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    fate4nursing15: i was curious on how long it took you to complete your ges and how many classes you had each quarter? thank you!


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