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If you are not sure about getting accepted into nursing school - apply to many many schools. :) How many schools did you apply to? Did you apply to 1, 2, or many? Please share this with... Read More

  1. by   RNpearls1908
    Yea the down side to applying to so many schools is the fact that each application averages $60 and to pay to get your official transcripts sent
  2. by   prettymica
    I went from 6 to 3 to 1 for the rn-bridge.. and I decided to stick with the one and kept applying. I started late march.. and its going great !
  3. by   winelvr
    Hi fellow students!
    I applied to 5 schools, got accepted to 2 and 1 put me on their waiting list.
    I know it's a pain in the butt to apply to the different programs since they all have a different application process, but apply to as many schools as possible!!! The hassle of doing it is well worth it.
    Good luck to all!
  4. by   AgentBeast
    Applied to 1 school and was accepted.
  5. by   ThePrincessBride
    Just one. And I got in. Finishing up my first year.
  6. by   Loveismagical
    haha, great cartoon! I only applied to two!
  7. by   ButterflyEffect06
    I was 1 year away from getting my dual degree and I had only applied to ONE accelerated program. Needless to say, I didn't get in and I truly believe that it was because of my lack of experience and young age in comparison to the other applicants because I was only 21.

    By the grace of God, I applied in my last month of graduating to another school and got in. So, only 2.

    I would never put all my eggs in one basket again though!
  8. by   SopranoKris
    I am going to apply to 3 schools in January. I can't imagine trying to jump through hoops to meets all the different pre-requisites and more than 3 insitutions at once. If I don't get in this year, I'll apply to more the following year. Hoping to get in on the first try!!!!
  9. by   ♑ Capricorn ♑
    One. I applied to one and got accepted to one. I consider myself fortunate.

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