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    Congrats to everyone who got in! You're going to love Charity! Just be prepared to study hard! It will pay off in the end!

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    Thanks ChubbyLove, I figured it would go by really fast!! But I'm gonna try to keep up because I usually procrastinate for the first two weeks! As long as it's not as rough as NAC1 was, I think I'll be ok! And thanks for the heads up on the lectures! I usually get a little burned out towards the end as well, so I'm glad that you say mental health is a little more laid back, I have it last! Thanks again!

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    Thanks, that really helps! I hate buying books that I don't need! I wish i would have known that kind of info in basics too! And I'm pretty sure I can't PM yet because i've only posted twice but from what I hear, I'm in good hands for next semester! I was just nervous about the level of stress because Nac1 made me want to pull out all of my hair!!! But anyways, thanks again!

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    I'm in my 3rd semester at Charity and I remember how hard it was to get in! I'll have my fingers crossed for everyone!!! If you can, try to get into Mrs. Hebert's clinical group! I had her and she was great! Good Luck!

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    This is my first time posting! Usually my questions are answered just by reading other comments. But this time I was wondering if anyone can give me a heads up on classes. I'm about to start my 3rd semester at Charity (pcn & mental health) and I'm a little confused on the way things are supposed to go! The rotations are really short and I'm wondering how stressed I'm going to be. I hear different things from people but I'm not sure what to believe. I was just wondering if anyone knew what books are useful because the welcome letters really aren't much help. And I keep hearing from different people that we have to buy new uniforms, which would be hard, being that I'm broke!!! So if some one could clear this up for me I would appreciate it greatly! Thanks!



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