Charity SON Fall 2013 - page 3

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  1. by   Naeema_rnhopeful
    Hi keishan17! Is this your first time applying and what was your profile score?
  2. by   snelson07
    This is keishan17 my profile score is 75 and Yes this is my first time applying. So nervous!!!
  3. by   Ashley2000
    I was a stand by student for spring 2013 with a profile score of 65 the cut off was 70. None of the stand by student were able to get spots so we will all get in for fall no questions asked. I had to go to all the meetings as if I was accepted and there is a lot of stuff you have to do before classes start. Vaccines, titer bloodwork, flu shot, nursing student insurance, CPR cert, finger prints for background check and send in application to state boards for license . The FIRST thing to do is send ur application to state board ASAP! If you don't have your license when classes start you can't start period. I have never heard the cut off score being above 75 so if u have 75 or higher ur chances of getting in are great. I've been through the whole process already and it's a lot to take in and it's very over whelming ! Good luck everyone !!
  4. by   cloewe4950
    How long of a time period did you have to get all of that done? I have a profile score of 85 and I am pretty confident that I will be getting in this time. Wondering if I should start getting some done now like CPR. How does stand by work? You get in even if others from this semester have higher profile scores.
  5. by   Ashley2000
    At orientation they will give you all the info. There is a website they will give you that you have to $142.00 to have access and you upload everything on there and it will have a due date on it. CPR they say to wait until you get close to the due date so it will be certified for the 2 years of school but you don't have to wait you can re certify during school if needed which I will have to do since I didn't start this semester. Most of the stuff you have to wait to do so it will last the 2years of school. If you don't have medical insurance start saving now . Some people paid up to $600 to get shot and blood work done. No matter what I would stat saving money now website is $142, state board app is $62.50,drug test is $40,nurse ins is about $40,CPR varies $40-75 uniforms,sethscope, etc... Yes the the standby by students who didn't get in for spring get in for fall no matter what. If you have a profile score within 5 points of the cut off you will most likely a stand by.
  6. by   snelson07
    At Ashley 2000 do you know how many applicants their taking for the fall.
  7. by   Naeema_rnhopeful
    Ashley2000 well that is great that you have a guaranteed spot and you didn't have to reapply. Do you know how many applicants were admitted for the spring?
  8. by   Ashley2000
    No I don't know how many they are accepting sorry. I'm sure it will be 100 or more depending on readmit students. At orientation for doing there were a lot of students. Get that fundemental for success book if you can cause it will help a lot with how they expect to you to answer questions. I started reading it already myself. It's very helpful for how to prepare for the test and answer questions correctly.
  9. by   cloewe4950
    We are halfway through March already. Anyone know when in April letters will start going out?
  10. by   ahhthewait
    I am not sure, but the wait is killing me!
  11. by   Shawnney
    I called Charity yesterday and spoke to someone in the Admissions office and the letters for the Fall 2013 semester will be going out the first week of April 1. I'm already excited, but yet really nervous about all the paperwork we have to turn in.

    Anyone else getting excited?
  12. by   cloewe4950
    Excited as well. Hoping the time will fly by. Glad you got some info. Guess it is all in who you talk to. I called yestereday also and just got sometime in April.
  13. by   bmoore17
    Good luck to all. I hope we all "make the cut".