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Joined Jul 15, '09.
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Does everyones say routed? Or just suitable candidates? I ask because mine says routed...
What does it mean exactly that the application has been routed?
Thank you for that info Pishiii!
Have you guys been calls today? Mine is "under manager review" and I'm waiting for a callback.
I passed a couple weeks ago with a 929. I did 50 questions a day of Saunders or NCLEX 4000. I also read the entire med-surg section in the blue HESI book. I subscribed to the NCSBN question bank but I didn't find it helpful, the questions were nothing like on the regular HESI.
What was your GPA? Have you applied out of state?
I do have some experience, I had a 10 wk paid externship over the summer. Just no CNA experience.
Hey california nurses, I know its rough out there but after I graduate from my midwestern school, I'm moving to california. I'd like to know how competitive I am for residencies/new grad positions. I graduate in April.
My specs: BSN, 3.7 cum gpa (~3.5 nursing), externship at top 10 ten hospital in ICU, male, no other health care experience, background in IT/programming, but spotty work history with a lot of gaps (28 years old).
I wanted to add - I will live anywhere in California, from north to south to the central valley or even up in the sierras. I would also be willing to live in a more rural area if necessary.
When does this residency start? I graduate with my BSN in april and want to start applying in california.
I always thought I had the hepatitis B vaccine, but wasn't able to find the paperwork, and just put it off for later. At my school I could "opt out" for the clinicals, so thats what I did. I just got an amazing opportunity of an externship for this summer off from school at a hospital in a different state, but now I'm worried about the Hep B thing. I got titers drawn, which came back negative! My mom insists I got the vaccine, but I can't find it at any of the doctors I went to. I'm thinking my mom never got it for me and was just confused. I have the first of the 3 shots scheduled for today, but they won't be done until the very end of the summer, way after the externship is over.
So those who work in hospitals or have knowledge of the situation. Should I be OK? The externship is only 10 weeks. I don't have the paperwork to know yet if I definitively need hep B, but I should get it in a few weeks. What has been your experience with this vaccine? My future kind of rides on the answer
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