Resurrection University Fall 2012 Applicants - page 26

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Hi all, I am new here and have found the forum to be very informational. I decided to start a thread for Resurrection's fall 2012 applicants. I think it would be good to keep in touch throughout the process, so if you have any... Read More


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    Quote from tonitonytone
    Does anyone work at all while taking classes full time? I applied to the Spring 2013 program, and I wanna work one day a week.
    I do. Its hard but you just do it and try not to think about it. I'm in the E/W cohort. So far we typically have class 3 nights a week from 5-8 or 9, clinical 10hr on saturday (last term it was sunday).

    PM if you have questions and I'll give you my resu email
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    Quote from wl1000jae
    I've been searching on craigslist but usually it's the same apts that I don't want, and they keep post it over and over I actually didn't know about domu! Thanks!!
    Craiglist in the city is cyclical. The most apartments are available in the spring/early summer. I would recommend checking with an apartment hunter. They usually see updates the same day.

    I just moved to West Town/Uk village. It has alot of restaurants, reasonable rent, great trans and only 5 mins to St. Marys (this came in handy last term, i rolled out of bed and made it to clinic super quick).
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    Mono2010,

    I am also in the E/W course and work about 27hrs/wk. This was my first week. We just had our first TSS1 session, and it was very informative because we got to heard from other RESU students who are about to graduate. would you be willing to answer some questions that I might have in the future. Could you message me your resu email address?
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    Hi I'm a prospective spring 2014 student... How was everyone's first days of class???
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    This first week has likely been a wake up call for anyone who isn't a serious student or is a half a$$ about doing schoolwork. It is VERY fast paced and very intense. For example, we have a test over 8 chapters of pathophysiology next week. School is 8 hours a day many of the days.All that said, I absolutely love it! I like all my teachers and I'm excited for clinicals! Sometimes I have to sit back and marvel that I'm here! I'm doing this! Woo hoo!
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    Quote from PrayToTheUnicorn
    This first week has likely been a wake up call for anyone who isn't a serious student or is a half a$$ about doing schoolwork. It is VERY fast paced and very intense. For example, we have a test over 8 chapters of pathophysiology next week. School is 8 hours a day many of the days.All that said, I absolutely love it! I like all my teachers and I'm excited for clinicals! Sometimes I have to sit back and marvel that I'm here! I'm doing this! Woo hoo!
    Well said!! Very inspirational!
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    Hi everyone! Looks like no one has been on here in a while...but I'll leave my comment anyway I'm considering a few nursing schools and RU is one of them. How does their guaranteed admissions process work?? My current GPA including all the classes I've taken in college is a 3.35. My science GPA is a 4.0 so far since I got A's in both sections of A&P but I haven't taken Chem and Micro yet and I'm hoping to get A's in both of those as well! How many seats are available in each cohort? Thanks in advanced for any replies!
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    Quote from maddiem
    Hi everyone! Looks like no one has been on here in a while...but I'll leave my comment anyway I'm considering a few nursing schools and RU is one of them. How does their guaranteed admissions process work?? My current GPA including all the classes I've taken in college is a 3.35. My science GPA is a 4.0 so far since I got A's in both sections of A&P but I haven't taken Chem and Micro yet and I'm hoping to get A's in both of those as well! How many seats are available in each cohort? Thanks in advanced for any replies!
    The guaranteed admission is described on the school's web site. Your grades are enough but you'd have to also get an 80 or above on the TEAS exam. This fall's cohort had about 65 in daytime and another 20 in the evening program.
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    Thanks for replying so quick!! Also an other question...I heard that RU is moving to Chicago? Has this already happened or is it still in Oak Park? I probably won't be applying until next fall because I need to finish 2 science courses and math. I found a little bit of info on it but not much. I thought maybe a student would have more info.
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    Again, have you gone to the school web site? Info on the move is there. Some pictures and press releases too. The move is in December.


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