I Got In!

  1. I got a reject letter a couple of months ago, and today I got accepted! Woo hoo! I'll be starting my ASN clinicals this fall! I'm so happy. :roll

    For those of you who are in clinicals already, how hard is it really? Manageable, I hope? Is it as hard as A and P classes? Worse? Now that I'm in, a million worries and questions are running through my mind! Any advice would be appreciated!
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  2. 4 Comments

  3. by   RedSox33RN
    Good for you!!! Congratulations!!! :hatparty:

    Did you get accepted at a different school, or the one you got the rejection letter from? I got rejected at one, got accepted to another (the one I'm going to attend), then got a letter from the first one I'd been rejected at, telling me they increased the number of spaces and I was in. Funny how things work out like that!

    As soon as I decided on which school I was going to go to, I started a file with ALL of that schools info in it. Classes I had to take, costs, uniform requirements, health forms, financial aid stuff, etc. Anything I receive from them goes in there, the most important stuff (like the upcoming dates for new students in the fall to come meet staff, etc.) stapled on the front. I also entered all of the email addresses I'd need into their own folder in OE, so they'd be readily handy (like the financial aid office, who tend to become your best friends! :chuckle )

    Once again, congrats!
  4. by   paramedic52
    That's great news!! Congratulations!! :hatparty: :hatparty: :hatparty:
  5. by   caliber
    congratulations!! study and party hard!!!:hatparty:
  6. by   lunakat
    Yipee! Congrats! :hatparty:

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