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Does anyone know whether the hospital experience form has to be in a sealed envelope or not. I have everything together, but I just don't want to make any mistakes. The suplemental form has 3 pages, should we staple those together or not?
Hi! I am also gonna be shipping out my application soon. So nervous!
I don't know about the hospital experience form, but from what I have read and personal experience with other applications, it is best not to staple anything unless directed otherwise. I make sure my identifying information is on everything I submit, just in case things get separated. With this supplemental application, I believe only the first and third pages are important, since the second is directions for filling out the third page, and your name and SSN are on both those pages, so I think you should be safe not stapling.
You can also go directly to the source by calling up Sac State if you want to be sure you are doing it right. Better safe than sorry!
Well actually I see now that that thread is for all csu's not specifically sac state. I'd rather keep to this one since I'm only applying to sac state. Are you guys applying to other schools or just sac state?
Geez you guys are way smarter than me! I'm only applying to sac state. I guess it's mainly because I do not want to relocate at all. Yeah I've got all the coreq's done. I'm in pharmacology this semester that's my last one. Do you guys care to share how many points you think you got? I should be looking at 75. I'm hoping this is enough, but who knows it gets more and more competitive each semester.
Oh I see. Well honestly don't worry about it too much. Both those classes are not too bad. I found human development to be pretty easy, and pharmacology is a class that can be completed almost entirely at home. U just view the lectures online, do the assignments, and show up for the final. Plus with points in the 80's I seriously doubt you will have any problems keeping up with things.