BCIT Jan 2013 Applicants - page 24

Just wanted to get something started as I will be applying for this intake. Let's get this thread going. Fill me in on who you are and why you are applying bcit's nursing program. I was told that BCIT is the most recognized... Read More

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    second off- If the head of the nursing department tells you that you will find out by today, why the heck would you call someone else and and question that? The admin officer probably meant that everyone will have a final answer by the first week of November


    The head of the nursing department said he would find out on monday if we were shortlisted not tuesday so I just called to confirm when we'd here by, nothing wrong with that.. right? Lol, I mean, I was going bonkers.

    Congrats to everyone and goodluck with the rest of your applications.
    Last edit by BulmaBriefs on Oct 16, '12
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    BulmaBriefs, if you find out about the letter of intent, can you let us know?

    I'm so excited it's almost unbearable.
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    Of course I will, animalhandler. First thing, early tomorrow morning I will give them a call and I will ask them what we need exactly and will inform you guys asap.
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    Thank you! And congratulations to everyone
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    @bulmabriefs - I understand that you really wanted to find out, but the head of the nursing department knows way more about your status than an admissions officer. You can't be expected to know that, but try to have trust in the system...and patience. (which is something I am still working on) It is a little hectic at admissions time. Congrats on getting shortlisted and good luck with the next step. No letter of intent required. The info package should say everything that you need to submit.
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    @ Smiley65... If letter of intent is not required, how can I tell them that I am actually taking 2 electives for the nursing program this semester? Any thoughts? Thanks.
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    Thank you for your response, Smiley 65, and You're right. I guess I was really anxious lol. I almost peed myself when I found out I got shortlisted. I can't wait for all of us to be in your shoes one day


    What I did was when I was applying for the program, I handed in an unofficial BCIT transcript and it showed which courses were in process. Maybe you can give them a call and inform them about the electives you are taking, or write them a brief letter that you're taking those electives?
    Last edit by NotReady4PrimeTime on Oct 17, '12
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    If you are taking the electives at bcit, they will know and you don't need to tell them. If you are taking them somewhere else, BulmaBriefs idea about including a transcript sounds great.
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    Thanks BulmaBriefs and smiley65
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