UTHSC at Houston FNP MSN Interview vs Acceptance - page 7

I just had an interview for UTHSC houston's FNP MSN program... hoping intensely that I made it in but I have to wait another half a month!!! so now I'm wondering if anyone knows what percentage of... Read More

  1. Visit  Julia77063} profile page
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    I'm ecstatic that everyone has been accepted...I wish you all the very best in your studies/endeavors. Hope to meet some of y'all on campus someday.
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  3. Visit  tyousaf} profile page
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    CONGRATS EVERYONE!!!

    Has anyone gotten a packet in the mail yet??
  4. Visit  Jenifer819} profile page
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    Not yet! Still waiting.
  5. Visit  Imadoki} profile page
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    Yea still waiting too.
  6. Visit  tyousaf} profile page
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    Packet just came in today!!
  7. Visit  Imadoki} profile page
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    Nice what does it include?
  8. Visit  IheartICUnursing} profile page
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    Mine just had the same information as myUTH and the email I received after I accepted the admission offer. Official acceptance letter, orientation date/ location, and preadmission requirements.
  9. Visit  RissaB} profile page
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    Can anyone tell me what the first semester is like? I have been accepted as a full time student for FNP in the fall and I'm just wondering what the class schedule is like.

    thank you
  10. Visit  Yesuba} profile page
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    Congratulations!
    I would really appreciate if you all can help me out here. I'm applying to the fnp program for summer 2014

    How is the program so far? likes/dislikes


    Can I work full time and go to school full time?
  11. Visit  Jenifer819} profile page
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    Quote from Yesuba
    Congratulations!
    I would really appreciate if you all can help me out here. I'm applying to the fnp program for summer 2014

    How is the program so far? likes/dislikes


    Can I work full time and go to school full time?
    Hi, I started the FNP program in 5/13. I worked PRN and quit in October to focus on school, but that's what was best for me. There are plenty of people that work full-time in the program. I would say that it is best to start in the summer vs fall b/c it spreads out the course load a bit. The fall semester has been the toughest so far. All in all, I really like the program - no complaints...other than that I wish it was closer (live 40 miles away), so it is a lot of driving to med ctr.

    Good luck!!!


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