Fscj lpn summer 2013 - page 2

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So waiting for this acceptance package, praying I get in.... Does anyone know spring term cut off score?... Read More


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    My score was 9 on the dot....it came as a letter
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    I got my acceptance yesterday I applied to the RN program as well but I'm pretty sure I won't get accepted for the summer semester. Ugh. Im still in micro and they just changed the apply dates. My long term goal is RN. My mom said I would be a better nurse if I did LPN first...Thanks mom Congrats to everyone else who got accepted! I think the LPN program is as hard, if not harder, than the RN!
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    I did not get accepted and had a score of 10.75. I live in camden county georgia and wonder if that is the reason I didn't get accepted.
    The letter is hard to figure out and it doesn't come right out and say I am not accepted, it states if I dont hear from the school by the first week of classes to reapply.
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    Quote from lelliott60
    I did not get accepted and had a score of 10.75. I live in camden county georgia and wonder if that is the reason I didn't get accepted.
    The letter is hard to figure out and it doesn't come right out and say I am not accepted, it states if I dont hear from the school by the first week of classes to reapply.
    Well crap I'm so sorry! If its something you really want to do...then reapply! You've got a great score...good job
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    I just don't understand it at all. I applied for the night classes over at Nassau and I know that they only had 24 seats. I didn't sleep at all last night. Last fall I was accepted at altamaha tech but found I couldnt financially afford it and they dont accept the stafford loans. I bought all my books and everything and withdrew . I am reapplying there hopefully I can get back in. So frustrating
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    Quote from lelliott60
    I just don't understand it at all. I applied for the night classes over at Nassau and I know that they only had 24 seats. I didn't sleep at all last night. Last fall I was accepted at altamaha tech but found I couldnt financially afford it and they dont accept the stafford loans. I bought all my books and everything and withdrew . I am reapplying there hopefully I can get back in. So frustrating
    Well I'm guessing its because you live in Georgia? Idk. Do they not have any nursing programs near you in Georgia? It's a bummer tho. With your score I'm sure you'll get accepted.
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    Yeah, but the program in ga does not accept government student loans and I didnt have the money to keep going. If they cut me because I live in georgia that is not right because they had to go by criteria for admission and it was based on those scores and mine was not low. I may go to the school and have a discussion with them.
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    Quote from lelliott60
    Yeah, but the program in ga does not accept government student loans and I didnt have the money to keep going. If they cut me because I live in georgia that is not right because they had to go by criteria for admission and it was based on those scores and mine was not low. I may go to the school and have a discussion with them.
    On all the letters (I'm pretty sure) it says that you can make an appointment with a counselor and discuss your score and your admit status. I would do that so you can at least see what and why. They'd be able to let you know why you didn't get in and how and what you can do to help your chances for next semester.
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    Yeah, that is what I will do. Also what I did is said that I would take evenings only and that narrowed my chances even more. I am not giving up I plan on reapplying to the college in GA and am just gonna have to find a way to take out a loan to cover my expenses while I am in school. (i'm a single mom and 52, decided to go back to school after the kids left the nest) I wanted to go to school in FL because I have been working in home health since 2005 in FL. (CNA since 2001). GA and FL nursing licenses have reciprocity, so first I will get GA and then FL since I still want to stay working in FL.
    I hope you do well in school. Nursing and helping people is a very fullfilling job.
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    Quote from lelliott60
    Yeah, that is what I will do. Also what I did is said that I would take evenings only and that narrowed my chances even more. I am not giving up I plan on reapplying to the college in GA and am just gonna have to find a way to take out a loan to cover my expenses while I am in school. (i'm a single mom and 52, decided to go back to school after the kids left the nest) I wanted to go to school in FL because I have been working in home health since 2005 in FL. (CNA since 2001). GA and FL nursing licenses have reciprocity, so first I will get GA and then FL since I still want to stay working in FL.
    I hope you do well in school. Nursing and helping people is a very fullfilling job.
    Thank you for that. It is fulfilling I worked in the DD field for the last 10 years so I'm excited for a new chapter. Good luck to you as well


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