Accepted Spring 2013
- 1Nov 27, '12 by IDalove2Woop Woop! The biggest academic hurdle I have faced in the last 3 years of school is over, I was accepted at BSU for Spring 2013. Now for some questions, I know that a few members here are finishing up their 4th semester and a few beyond that as well. If there are any other Spring 2013 Accepted for BSU I would love to know, I have only met a few on campus.
How was you first semester? I know the classes we need to take, but how heavy is the material, how are labs and clinicals, professors?
Books do you really need that 250 packet (for one class) from the bookstore or can you break it down into a few essential items (the other books are a reasonable prices on amazon so i'll be buying all of those)?
Also are you carrying a lot of your books everyday, I may look into a new bookbag if so?
Any other comments or suggestions are always great!
It is such a crazy feeling being so excited and nervous but still having to buckle down for 2 weeks to wrap up the semester.
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- 0Dec 3, '12 by IDalove2Yay another person! I am not in the usual pre-nursing classes this semester and none of my friends have gotten in so I dont know any of my classmates. I have all of my things gathered for the background check just haven't ponied up the money, got all of my scrubs online over black friday need to have them embroidered this week though. Registering was a pain! I thought I had it all planned out then tried to add things and broncoweb would reject some, which meant you had to start all over ugh. Today it was finalized though they fixed that problem with NURS 233, woop woop I only have class Tues-Friday.
See you soon!
- 0Dec 5, '12 by rcotterellOh, nice! I wanted to have Mondays off but couldn't figure out how to manage it with that week of overlap. Now all the Wed/Thurs sections are full, so I guess I'm stuck. Scratch that I just fixed it! Yay no Mondays! This will make my life a whole lot easier--I have an 18-month-old and now I can just stay home and hang out with her that day. I wasn't sure I was going to be able to spend much time with her, so I'm extra pleased.
My only class this semester is micro, so I've met a couple of nursing hopefuls and one girl at least who has also been accepted, but I don't know anyone else. I have a few friends already in the program, but they're all way ahead of me. I've got all my stuff done for certified background except the hep b vaccine--I hadn't gotten it already so I'm starting it now. It didn't take very long for them to clear everything, so at least you don't have to feel rushed. I haven't gotten my shoes, watch, or bandage scissors, but I think I'm set otherwise. Oh, I guess I'll need to get books. There's a lot of stuff to get done.
Enjoy your break! See you soon!