UCF 2013 Accelerated BSN - page 13
Hello everyone. I'm new to allnurses.com and I just wanted to say congrats to those who got into the 2012 UCF nursing program this summer. I am a prenursing student at UCF as I am still working on a few prerequisites before I... Read More
- 0Mar 1, '13 by ucf_studentnurse14Quote from akwildoneIf you weren't vaccinated for certain things because you had the virus (like chicken pox), you just get a titer (blood drawn and tested for antibodies) done at your dr.'s office or clinic. I had to get a varicella titer for my CNA course because I was never vaccinated for chicken pox but had it as a child.Ya, wasn't even sure if we get an "or not" e-mail. It almost sounds like they will invite you for an interview or never contact you again. LOL But then I think they'll get lots of calls. Hopefully they let you know either way. I had also heard the decisions are out about a week after interviews and it looks like summer classes start May 13. That's why I'm wondering about immunizations. I will just pray that there is time to get them done and have them be "Effective" cause it looks like I never had polio vaccine and I have no proof of having had chicken pox, etc... Not like I saved my medical records from childhood and neither did the doctors!
- 0Glad to know there's still hope for today If they're closed next week, then they'd definitely have to let us know today, or one would hope!
Quote from Nursowiczka2bIf they were to release decisions about the interview candidates you would have been after 5 pm. So we still have time.
I'm not sure about the CON being open next week. If they're closed they better release the news today.
- 0Mar 5, '13 by akwildoneQuote from jennyp29I know about the titers but the costs really add up especially if u end up needing the vaccine anyway!! I need one vaccine just for manditory form so hoping for a comprehensive list from con so I can get it all done at once.
If you weren't vaccinated for certain things because you had the virus (like chicken pox), you just get a titer (blood drawn and tested for antibodies) done at your dr.'s office or clinic. I had to get a varicella titer for my CNA course because I was never vaccinated for chicken pox but had it as a child.
- 0Mar 6, '13 by mrsbacktoschool9 days until the cutoff for the interview letters! And performance review time at work. Anxiety has taken on an entirely new level.
I have started prepping for my interview by listing basic questions and answering them in the mirror. I use the STAR method ( situation, task, approach, and result) when answering behavioral questions. I need to practice reducing nervousness.
And the vaccines, I too had spotty shot records, so I just got the titer.