DTCC Terry campus clinical seats - page 2
Hello, I applied for a clinical seat last week but could not get any info regarding on how many applicants applied and how many clinical seats they actually offer. Even for last year numbers! Can... Read More
0Mar 16, '12 by Jen3pCertainly didn't mean to make anyone feel bad. In my case, I had conflicting information regarding which score they took from my NLN, which could have made a difference in a point. And, you just never know if you've done all you should have to turn everything in properly until you have the actual letter in your hand. And, I also heard there were a LOT of 16 pointers...so you just never know.
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0Mar 16, '12 by Hnich09I'm sorry you didn't get in!! I was so worried because fall was my first semester at dtcc and I knew the process to get in to clinicals was really competitive, but that is pretty much all I knew. My husband is deployed right now and I have two little kiddos under 3. I transferred most of the classes needed from Wesley, but in the next few years I'm going to need to finish my degree and get a "real" job so i pretty much had one shot at the clinical gig. My cousin goes to the Wilmington campus and found out on Saturday night that she got in and when I looked on here and people were getting their letters days before me I thought I blew it even with 15 points. That really stinks that it's so hard to get in, but I hope your situation permits you to give it another try if that's what you want to do!
0Mar 19, '12 by jess0327Thank you for you replies ladies....I am sorry for my negative thoughts...I am a bit older as well I transferred from another community college (hubby got relocated) and because of this I had to retake 5 classes and I wasted a lot of time (a year). I have 2 litttle ones as well. I am mainly struggling with my vocabulary (english is my second language) and I am pretty slow in maths...Well I will work harder and hope to be selected next time around. If you have any tips on how to study more efficiently please share (even in pm.)