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Has anyone had any luck with applying at National University for their nursing program? I applied back in Oct 06 and have been waiting to hear from them. They are supposed to notify in 3 months. I... Read More

  1. by   9fingers
    Anyone who applied for July 2010 cohort hear anything yet?
  2. by   ExPharmaGirl
    Quote from 9fingers
    Anyone who applied for July 2010 cohort hear anything yet?
    Not yet. It's driving me insane
    If nothing by mid-next week, I'm sending an email!
  3. by   beachgyrl
    Hi everyone. I'm new to this site and found a wealth of valuable information regarding everything NU.

    I applied for July 2010 and still haven't heard from them yet. They said last week of February or first week in March.....Good luck everyone who applied!
  4. by   9fingers
    Well, then we will be watching the mailboxes this week. Good luck to all!!
  5. by   ExPharmaGirl
    Good luck to everyone!
  6. by   royourboat
    does anyone know if we will be notified through email or mail?
  7. by   ExPharmaGirl
    Quote from royourboat
    does anyone know if we will be notified through email or mail?
    I believe mail. That's what they told us in the pre-nursing forum. Any day now
  8. by   bananacinammon
    question cohort 22.. for our first class, do i enroll myself in or does the nursing advisor do the scheduling? just a little bit confused...
  9. by   Harparia
    Quote from bananacinammon
    question cohort 22.. for our first class, do i enroll myself in or does the nursing advisor do the scheduling? just a little bit confused...
    The adviser will enroll you in the nursing courses, and you will be sent e-mail notification. Congrats on getting in!
  10. by   jStarS14
    Does anyone happen to know if using the suggested textbook for the ILR clep test was helpful to them? If anyone has the textbook are you willing to sell it? Please message me. Thanks!!
  11. by   twilight_saturn
    Hello everyone!!! I just finished my last of the three classes that are required for the BSN!! Next class is going to be my first nursing course!

    jStarS14: You are absolutely right! It was a bit suspenseful wasn't it? I am so glad I got in and I am sure you will too! Think positive! The textbook for the ILR class REALLY helped me. I do not have it anymore but I got mine from amazon.

    royourboat: I recieved confirmation via email then later received an acceptance packet in the mail. Not really much of an acceptance package (only had class schedule and congrats letter) but it was a relief to see it!

    bananacinnamon: I missed you at orientation! Hopefully I get to meet you in our first class!!
  12. by   socalsi
    This maybe a weird question, but hopefully somebody has an answer. When I had my classes transfered from George Washington University, my A&P 1, Micro, and Chem all transfered with a "S" (which means satisfactory grade). So my question to this is, when I apply to the Nursing program, how would they calculate my science GPA, would having a "S" hurt my GPA and/or do they except such a grade? Other than that, I am well on my way, I only have MTH 210 (taking now) and A&P 2 left then I can apply. And congrats to the ones that made it into the Nursing program.
  13. by   ExPharmaGirl
    Quote from socalsi
    This maybe a weird question, but hopefully somebody has an answer. When I had my classes transfered from George Washington University, my A&P 1, Micro, and Chem all transfered with a "S" (which means satisfactory grade). So my question to this is, when I apply to the Nursing program, how would they calculate my science GPA, would having a "S" hurt my GPA and/or do they except such a grade? Other than that, I am well on my way, I only have MTH 210 (taking now) and A&P 2 left then I can apply. And congrats to the ones that made it into the Nursing program.
    They will look at your transcripts from George Washington, not what transferred, for the actual grade. What shows up as "transferred" is just the number of credits toward whatever degree program they have you enrolled in.

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