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Joined Aug 29, '12 - from 'PA'. HerbyRN is a Registered Nurse. She has '8' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'Medical/Surgical, OMFS, OR'. Posts: 36 (17% Liked) Likes: 11

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    gelli.25 likes this.

    Hi gelli.25, which program are you in? I am currently in ISU program and find it very doable. I work 32-38 hrs a week and take 2 classes at a time. Once clinical start( January 2017) my plan is to work a max of 3 days a week (24 hrs at most).

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    cyn1985, lucy100, and NurseBri78 like this.

    Hi All,
    I started OU January 2015 and graduated December 2015. I doubled (and tripled some classes) almost every session and did just fine! My best advice is to follow the rubric to a "T".
    I found NRSE 4520, 4530, 4550, 4560, 4570 to be very easy.
    NRSE 4510 was tedious because of being the first class and getting back into the swing of things. NRSE 4600 (final class) was somewhat time consuming but overall pretty easy.
    NRSE 4540 was time consuming looking up statistics regarding one's state/county.
    NRSE 4580 was horrible. Dry boring material that made it hard for me to stay focus.
    Overall, I really enjoyed this program and did not have any problems at all.

    Arts class that was extremely easy was Music 1200
    Cross cultural class that was super easy was Pete 2000
    Literature class that was fairly easy with reading the book/ no APA requirements for postings was Phil 1300.
    Take Business Communications with Penrod... easy class, and actually useful!


    I hope this post helps others. Good luck in your upcoming semester!

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    BostonFNP,NP,
    Great post! I appreciate any advice/pointers as I am starting FNP school in 1.5 weeks. Thank you for taking the time to write this and I am eagerly looking forward to the second part of this article.

    Melissa

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    Anyone?!



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    Anyone starting Indiana State University January 2016? I would love to connect with other students to help each other throughout the program.

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    Is there any Indiana State University's students starting the FNP program January 2016? If so, I would love to keep in contact to help each other throughout the program.

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    I accepted ISU for Spring 2016.

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    Congrats Graciellie,
    Are you starting in the Spring also? If so, I would love to keep in touch so we can bounce ideas/ help each other throughout the program!

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    I included an objective statement in mine... And I got accepted in the program. Good luck.


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    Anyone?!

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    I just got accepted into ISU FNP program and am starting in January. I was wondering if anyone as any feedback regarding how this program is. I also got accepted into another FNP program and am trying to decide which is a better program and fit for me. With that being said, I would appreciate any feedback from student on Indiana's FNP program!

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    Thank you! I am super excited to be starting this journey. I will be finished with my BSN in December 2015. I currently have a 3.95 GPA. I have 8 years of nursing experience.
    Are you in the process of applying to school?

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    I got an email today that I got into Indiana State University's FNP!!!!
    I'm so excited!
    Did you hear anything?!


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    Still haven't heard or gotten any rejection or acceptance letters.... Have you?


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    Have you heard anything yet?


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