Applying for NGCSU fall 2013 asn program? - page 3

Hello! I am soooo nervous and anxious to get into North Georgia's program!! Last year I was wait listed and I had a 2.79 GPA and a 76.7 teas score. I've already taken a&p, with a's, b's and one c and I took micro, but failed. I'm... Read More

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    Thanks Nikki!! If you've taken yr prereq's towards a bachelors degree program it knocks the cost down. I'm hoping I'll be alright; the reviews from students and alumni are great!!

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    Quote from Nurse2b7337
    Thanks Nikki!! If you've taken yr prereq's towards a bachelors degree program it knocks the cost down. I'm hoping I'll be alright; the reviews from students and alumni are great!!

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    Your welcome!

    The cost is still a little high for me even after all of my classes were factored in. If I don't get in this year I will consider it more closely.
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    Well I just got an email from the Nursing Department saying they have received my application. It also said that letters will be sent out around the first week in March! I'm super excited and and nervous all at the same time. Good luck to everyone who applied to the program!

    Hopefully this thread will also pick up since we are so close to knowing our fate!
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    Hey Nikki did the email go to your N. GA email account or your personal email account? I haven't seen one hopefully I will soon though!!! I don't want to wait until March just let us know already!
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    Quote from milesamelia
    Hey Nikki did the email go to your N. GA email account or your personal email account? I haven't seen one hopefully I will soon though!!! I don't want to wait until March just let us know already!
    It was in my NGCSU email. I'm moving during the time frame they send out letters so I was concerned abt that too. I asked abt it and was told they hope to have them out before the first week of March. Last year I was waitlisted and got that letter right after Valentine's day. I think the year before that they sent them out around Feb 26th. So we will see what happens. That's the first time I ever got an email abt them receiving my nursing application. Lol
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    I checked my school email and it was there...today was the first time I've checked it and I had a bunch of emails saying they hadn't received my TEAS scores...I spoke to someone and they said they had them so hopefully that is the case!!
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    Quote from milesamelia
    I checked my school email and it was there...today was the first time I've checked it and I had a bunch of emails saying they hadn't received my TEAS scores...I spoke to someone and they said they had them so hopefully that is the case!!
    Lol. Well glad they got everything!
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    Quote from NikkiT09
    Oh ok. I was going to try to get hired as a PCT or Nurse Tech during my second semester. But if that doesn't go thru I will apply for an extern position. I know that those are both good ways to get hired after school. Especially with the job market being as tight as it is right now.

    Thx for the info!
    I worked as a PCT at Northeast Georgia Medical Center for a a year a half until I had to move. It was an amazing experience. The job is almost exactly what you do in first year clinicals. I know because when the nursing students came to our floor they did our job for half the day!
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    Quote from heidiisawesome
    I worked as a PCT at Northeast Georgia Medical Center for a a year a half until I had to move. It was an amazing experience. The job is almost exactly what you do in first year clinicals. I know because when the nursing students came to our floor they did our job for half the day!
    Thanks for info!!! Much needed insider news is great!
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    Quote from NikkiT09
    Thanks for info!!! Much needed insider news is great!

    i know it took me almost 6 months to get into the hospital and i wasn't a PCT at first! but keep applying and you will eventually get a call. it is very worthwhile. i loved my job.


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