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    Quote from HM2Doc
    I am currently applying for the NCP and I concur will what willhigg6 answered. . My kit will be reviewed at the next board! Excited!Also, as for seats, there are currently around 25 left for 2013. I got this information from my recruiter this morning. She said they had only 10 or so seats left as of last month, but 16 people declined their seats after being accepted. Good luck.
    can you give your recruiter's number?PLEASE

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    Once a person joins , do they have to miss any semesters of schools ? Is it suggested that nursing students join during school or after graduation? Do nurses have the option of working in the area of their choice ? Will nurses be able to work in critical care ? Does the nurse have the option of continuing their education in a masters program to become a CRNA? Do nurses have to complete the four years of service before going into a masters program ? Is training the same for nurses as it is for those who are enlisting with out degrees ? Does the navy offer Tuition repayment for undergrad student loans? Is the pay for a navy nurse the same or similar to a civilian nurse ? Do you have to remove braces before joining ? Is there any rules for the way women wear their hair? What are the physical requirements to join?

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    Really! I decided not to go because I was unsure about the program And
    The price was ridiculous . I'm glad I made the right decision ! Thank you for responding

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    Quote from Itsaroad
    Anyone applying to Temple University's nursing program for fall 2011?

    I'm applying as a transfer student. I know it's highly competitive, especially for transfers, but I still want to try! I have a bachelors degree so I'd be applying for their 2 year BSN program.

    Anyone else applying and awaiting a response? Their new application system is weird.

    hi did you get accepted?

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    Quote from Highschoolfuturenurs
    How much did you study in a day on average? Did you take labs for those classes? Any studying/time-management tips?

    For me i rotated my study days.The days I had chem i studied and practise after class for 2 hours and then switched to either micro or physiology for just about 4 hours and doubled up whenever i had a test. That semester I always had test in all my classed the same week and sometimes the same day definitely not easy but i managed .Like i said i gave up my life to study all the time and only worked friday -sunday until 1 pm then went back home to study.

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    Quote from Highschoolfuturenurs
    Can you tell me your study habits/any tips you have?

    I basically read and re read and re read all powerpoints from lecture and chapters from the book. for micro lab i basically wrote every little thing we did down in my notebook and recorded what all results meant(ex. which dye is used to test for gram negative bacteria) That really helped me organize all the information in my brain. For chem i basically practice and practice using all the formulas every other day. I think anatomy and physiology and micro is basically memorization(not including labs) and i am very good at memorizing things. So my strategy is to organize all information on paper and then memorize it (literally word for word) This works for me and it feels good to walk in to a test and know every single answer to all the questions Studying is my life and i gave up college party's to maintain my grades.hopes this helps

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    Please give me your email for more info.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I took chem 1,microbiology and physiology all with labs at the same time and still managed to make deans list. It is hard but if you put the time into studying you will be fine.

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    Quote from katiehydrangea
    I was getting turned down for loans too (they were basically asking for a co-signer), with a good credit score then found one major lender, (dont know if i can post it on this site so i wont) but just got a loan and it was a large lump sum.
    Which lender? Pease tell me!!

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    Where else do u recommend applying ?

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    Hello
    How much does the program cost? you didn't recieve much finical
    Aid? Do you feel like your not receiving a good education ? Where else donuou recommend applying to?

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    Quote from ana1106
    Sorry, I know this post is a little old. But I am trying to decide between Lakeview in Danville or Charleston. I unfortunately must work part-time on the weekends in order to pay for housing, so I will need to go which ever city has the most possibilities for employment. I will be a second degree student, do you know what type of financial aid they offer?

    Thank you in advance
    did u decide which campus to go to?

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    Most ABSN programs are if you have an bs in something usually. But these two are different which makes it great and convenient for those who have lots of credits with no degree. There is also Allen college in Iowa and bellin university . But definitely look into Valapariso !!!!

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    You should apply to an accelerated Bsn program. I applied and was accepted to Valparaiso University in Indiana for May 2011- August 2012. I do not have a Bachelors degree and I have been in school for almost 3 years.I jus finished my pre reqs/gen eds at lasalle university and penn state university. If you have a minimum of 54 credits which includes the pre reqs for nursing then you should apply. I am also applying to Lakview school of nursing ABSN in Illionis .It starts in August 2011 and ends Decmeber 2012.You should check them both out because the deadline has not passed. The application for Valaparsio was free. My end goal is to also be a CRNA.


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