Navy NCP Applicants: Graduating class of 2015 - page 3

I have seen a few threads out there representing different years so I wanted to put this one out there. I am applying this year toward acceptance for the grad year 2015. Who is with me?? I'd... Read More

  1. Visit  Mrs.FlowersTheNurse profile page
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    Yea finn...
    My recruiter has gotten lax too... I think its cuz its all just about done cept the interviews....
    I keep checking my phone in hopes of something new and awesome... no dice... I hope we all get in...
    I wish we had like somewhat of a clue as to where we stand...
    Any of you know how soon after getting our yes (which we will) we get to sign and then are considered "IN"??
    Good luck finn!!!
    You're gunna kill those interviews!!!

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  2. Visit  Jungleberry Finn profile page
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    Yea, they might be a little slow because there's time before boards and not much left for our kits like you said. From what I've heard recently it might take a while to sign after being accepted. Hopefully things change by fall and we can sign ASAP. It would definitely be nice to know where we stand compared to other applicants, It's nerve wracking not to know. Thanks, good luck to you too! Hope you get scheduled for your interviews soon!
  3. Visit  chaplngrillsgt profile page
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    Quick question that one of you may know, are the number of seats available determined by FY or calendar? I would like to do the NCP but I am a bit late to the game (decided to make a career change in the Winter). Right now I am looking at a summer 2015 graduation from my BSN and I know I am probably waaaaay too late to submit a kit for 2015. If I push my graduation back to December 2015 would I be considered in the 2016 grouping (for which I would apply in August/October, correct?)?

    Unfortunately my recruiter is new and horribly unhelpful....
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  4. Visit  Jungleberry Finn profile page
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    I believe the number of seats available depends on the needs on the Navy. There's a certain amount of people they like to have in and if nurses get out of the Navy it opens up spots for new nurses. The next board is in August I believe, so if you can get your kit complete before then you should be able to submit for FY2015. As for your grad date and which FY you'll be put into, I really don't know. Your recruiter should be able to shed some light on that.
  5. Visit  chaplngrillsgt profile page
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    Quote from Jungleberry Finn
    I believe the number of seats available depends on the needs on the Navy. There's a certain amount of people they like to have in and if nurses get out of the Navy it opens up spots for new nurses. The next board is in August I believe, so if you can get your kit complete before then you should be able to submit for FY2015. As for your grad date and which FY you'll be put into, I really don't know. Your recruiter should be able to shed some light on that.

    So there is still a chance for FY2015? And it is determined by FY for the NCP?

    Like I said my recruiter wasn't helpful at all. I'm going to be calling a different recruiter tomorrow.
  6. Visit  Jungleberry Finn profile page
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    Yes You have a few months to get everything completed for the next board. You might try a new recruiter or just be on your current one to get things moving along.
  7. Visit  Mrs.FlowersTheNurse profile page
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    Yea it goes by FY... and you got time... get 'er done!!!!

    Go Navy!!

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  8. Visit  chaplngrillsgt profile page
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    You guys are the best! I will be moving home at the end of the month so I think I will talk to the recruiter up there instead! Knowing that there is still a chance of me getting into FY2015 or FY2016 with a December graduation has made my week!! SO EXCITED
  9. Visit  LewisGarza profile page
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    The new fiscal year should show more NCP for FY15. They usually open up a few during the year they are primarily filling. Example our main goal was FY14 grads, so they tossed out a few FY15. Next goals will be mostly for FY15 and they will open a couple of FY16.

    ~ Navy Recruiting Central Texas
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  10. Visit  chaplngrillsgt profile page
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    Thank you for this information! I contacted a new recruiter today and we are going to start getting the ball rolling.

    How long does it usually take to complete a kit? What all goes into the kit?
  11. Visit  Jungleberry Finn profile page
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    According to the info my recruiter gave me, it's supposed to take about 3 months. Good luck!
  12. Visit  Jungleberry Finn profile page
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    From what I can remember the kit consists of an Application, Medical history, background check, lots of pg 13 which are just forms you read and sign (ex. tattoo policy), interviews, physical, your college transcripts and acceptance letter to a BSN program.
  13. Visit  chaplngrillsgt profile page
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    3 months... Oh boy, I am really going to be pushing it for August boards. I'm going to start getting all the things ready that I can to make it go as fast as possible. There are 2 different programs I have been accepted to, one which I will graduate May 2015 and the other December 2015. Just gotta figure out which one will work best for me. If I am not accepted in August, can I reapply? Or am I automatically still considered during the next board?


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