Has anyone heard back from FSU (Florida State University) nursing yet? - page 8

I've been waiting to receive my acceptance (hopefully) letter in the mail and I have yet to get it. According to their website, it was supposed to arrive in approximately 6 weeks from Feb. 1. Its... Read More

  1. Visit  jfonseca321 profile page
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    I do I'll send it in a private message on here.
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  3. Visit  jfonseca321 profile page
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    Tried sending it but apparently I don't have messaging privileges. You can look me up its jfonseca321@gmail.com
  4. Visit  ShonaMith profile page
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    got you
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    Quote from CrazyCatLadyRN
    Congrats to all the new Nole Nursing students! You're going to love being a Nole Nurse :-) If anyone has any questions, let me know. I just graduated this spring and I started working this week.
    Hi! I was accepted to the nursing program at FSU and I just wanted to get some insight on the school. I saw that a couple years back you talked about your experience but I just want to know the pros and cons of the program, how many clinical hours you completed, were you able to find a job soon after graduating????

    I'm so nervous about making my decision to go. I've been accepted to other schools and I just want to make the right decision.
  6. Visit  LaurieJ3056 profile page
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    Hey What where you guys gpa/ stats?
  7. Visit  torioreo profile page
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    My science GPA was a 4.0
    Overall GPA 3.75

    However, I am a student here so I don't know how that may have effected it. I know they let in more FSU students than transfers, and now they have switched to admitting freshman...making it even harder for anyone not already in the major to get in!
  8. Visit  sherilyn321 profile page
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    I'm going to bump this super old thread.

    I am considering applying to FSU for 2013. It appears their rules have changed dramatically since this thread began. They do not require HESI. They allow mostly freshmen and the program starts once a year. They have an accelerated program for people who already have a bachelor's degree... which is what I will be applying for.


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