Thomas Jefferson University ASN-BSN Fall 2009 - page 2

by rntobe2009

Hi, I was just accepted to Thomas Jefferson University's ASN-BSN program for the Fall of 2009 . I'm just looking to communicate with others who have also been accepted.... Read More


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    There is an interview before they let you know if you're excepted. However, I don't think they interview people they don't plan to accept because in my interview, I was asked a few questions but it didn't feel like it was really an interview. I was infromed a lot about how my classes would be and how intense the program was. There was no indication that I was accepted at the time but I was accepted hours later. Good luck!
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    Thanks for the info. I hope to be joining your group on facebook. lol.
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    Hi. This is actually my first post and I had a quick question concerning my NET scores. When i went to take the NETs, the instructor told us we needed at least a 70 in reading and math separately to be considered for admissions into jefferson. In a pamphlet I read, it stated there is no minimum score for the NET however scores of 70 or higher are competitive, also I'm unsure if they mean 70 by composite score or separetly. I scored a 93 on my math section but a 58 on my reading section. composite score of 76%. I'm really scared that my reading score will cause me to not be considered but I have nothing to compare it to with all of this information that contradicts eachother. Any information would be fantastic. Thanks guys and girls!
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    They will choose the students with the better scores. There are hundreds of students with really good G.P.A's and NET test scores so that's why they say you need to have at least a 70 (IN BOTH MATH AND READING) in order to compete with those other students.
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    Yeah, when I took the net on the 14th the girl giving the test basically said it doesn't matter if you score really high in one section and do bad in the other, they want at least a 70 in math and at least a 70 in reading to be considered. If you score below a 70 in one section you should take the test again. However, you can always call the school to clarify this. I've called them a few times to ask questions and they always seem very nice and helpful. Does anyone know if the class is full yet or how many students they accept all together? I finally got my NET scores in the mail today, so I'm still waiting to hear whether I got in or not.
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    Got my net scores! math 100 english 80. Really wanted to go for the fall of 2009 but I didnt get all my financial aid ready by the deadline (May 1st) any advice? Or am I better off being well prepared for the next time?
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    I thought the applications for fall 2009 for last review were July 15th
    Here is the copy/paste.
    Am I reading this right?

    Admissions Review Period Dates
    • Admission to the College is on a rolling basis and is divided into the Admissions Review Periods outlined below.
    • To be reviewed for a particular period, all application materials must be postmarked by the inidicated date and should be submitted together in a single envelope.
    • Preference is given to complete applications that meet the postmark dates; however, we will accept applications as long as space is available, but no later than April 1st for pre-fall, July 15th for fall, and November 15th for spring terms.
    • All students who meet the postmark date for the review period will have the same chance of earning acceptance to their respective program regardless of whether the application was received at the beginning or the end of the review period.

    SemesterStudents who submit all application materials by the following postmark date... ...Will receive an admissions decision by the date listed below
    Spring 2009

    1st Admissions Review Period
    September 15, 2008
    October 21, 2008
    2nd Admissions Review Period
    October 15, 2008
    November 21, 2008
    Final Review for Spring
    November 15, 2008
    December 1, 2008
    Pre-Fall 2009

    1st Admissions Review Period
    September 15, 2008
    October 21, 2008
    2nd Admissions Review Period
    October 31, 2008
    December 15, 2008
    3rd Admissions Review Period
    November 30, 2008
    January 15, 2009
    4th Admissions Review Period
    February 15, 2009
    March 22, 2009
    Final Review for Pre-Fall
    April 1, 2009
    April 15, 2009
    Fall 2009

    1st Admissions Review Period
    October 31, 2008
    December 15, 2008
    2nd Admissions Review Period
    November 30, 2008
    January 15, 2009
    3rd Admissions Review Period
    February 15, 2009
    March 22, 2009
    4th Admissions Review Period
    April 1, 2009
    May 15, 2009
    Final application deadline: Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)
    April 15, 2009
    June 15, 2009
    5th Admissions Review Period
    May 1, 2009
    June 15, 2009
    Final application deadline: Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT)
    June 1, 2009
    July 7, 2009
    Final Review for Fall
    July 15, 2009
    August 1, 2009
    Spring 2010
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    Quote from prospectivetju
    Admissions Review Period Dates
    • Admission to the College is on a rolling basis and is divided into the Admissions Review Periods outlined below.
    • To be reviewed for a particular period, all application materials must be postmarked by the inidicated date and should be submitted together in a single envelope.
    • Preference is given to complete applications that meet the postmark dates; however, we will accept applications as long as space is available, but no later than April 1st for pre-fall, July 15th for fall, and November 15th for spring terms.
    • All students who meet the postmark date for the review period will have the same chance of earning acceptance to their respective program regardless of whether the application was received at the beginning or the end of the review period.
    I reread this just to make sure it didn't sound contradictory. Am I the only one who thinks it still does?
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    Basically they accept students until the class is full. Our orientation is next week so my advice would be to get all your info together and get ready to apply right after the semester begins. Good luck!
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    Question to accepted student; what is your class schedule like? is evening /weekend a option...the website is lacking...if not what is a example class times? any info is appreciated


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