Roseman (USN) BSN Program 18-Month Track - page 4
Anyone currently in the BSN 18 Month track program at Roseman (USN)? Ive seen some older posts from a couple of years ago in the forum about the program and they seemed to have positive reviews. I know the ABSN track is... Read More
- 0Apr 11, '13 by alyssag24Hey so the interview process is comprised of 4 different sections. First you do a group campus tour, then the admissions counselor and financial aid lady do a presentation, followed by the 15-minute writing sample, and finally you have your 2 on 1 interview. For mine, it was a professor and current student. This part is very casual, almost like a conversation really. They only asked me 3 or 4 different questions but it was an ongoing discussion. It's important to just be yourself and know why you want to be a nurse and what experiences had led you to this point. Shortly after my interview ( like 2 weeks), I was notified that I was accepted. However, I am declining my spot because I was offered admission to a family nurse practitioner graduate program. Good luck and besides I hear that if you receive an interview, chances are that you will get accepted unless you completely bomb the interview or writing.
- 0May 20, '13 by 3shaaaHi everyone!
First off, thanks for sharing all your thoughts/info about the program. I'm about to apply for the October cohort. For those who have just recently started, do you recommend the program at all? It seems like there's a good number of you that moved from Cali. Is it worth the move?
- 0May 7 by EmeraldturtleOk so I don't remember in particular which was verbal which was written BUT it was questions similar to ones asked when u apply for scholarships.
Why do you want to be a nurse, what/who was and influential person or event in your life, describe event when you had to be a leader*
this can help you I think.
PS PEOPLE DO NOT WORRY ABOUT VIDEO TESTING. IF YOU DO NOT PASS FIRST TIME AROUND THEY WILL WORK WITH YOU ONE ON ONE UNTIL YOUR SKILL IS PERFECT & THEN YOU TAPE.... but they already know you know the skill so you're basically guaranteed to pass it.
Don't be nervous I have never heard of anyone failing to get in based on interview....