Thomas Jefferson University ASN-BSN Fall 2009

  1. 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.
    Last edit by rntobe2009 on Jan 27, '09 : Reason: misspelled words. words left out
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  3. by   PolaBar
    If you want, there are a few threads about it (and other Philly schools) in the Region > Pennsylvania > Pennsylvania Area Schools section.

    Congratulations, btw!
  4. by   rntobe2009
    Thank you! I have checked other threads and none have anything about the ASN-BSN program at Jefferson. They are all about the FACT and MSN programs.
  5. by   lmangano07
    when did you get your acceptance? I just applied, do you know if the class is full yet? im assuming it is not b/c when i filled it out online it proceeded with my app. after it said some of the other nursing programs were full but did not specify the asn program was full. also, i did not take my net yet, i am scheduled to take it on feb. 14th. Do you know what the minimum score is? how did you do on it?
    Thanks for any info you can give me!!
  6. by   rntobe2009
    Well, i was accepted seven days after my application was complete. I am not sure if the class is full yet but you can call and ask the people in admissions, they are pretty straight foward. They will give you the right info. The only thing is that you haven't taken the net test yet so your application won't be considered complete until you have taken it and they have the results (about a week after you take the exam). So most likely your application will fall into the fourth review period because in order to be in the third review period, you would have had to have all your application materials in by February 15th. They said they like to see a composite score of math and reading of around a 70 at least. I got an 86.
  7. by   lmangano07
    thanks so much, hopefully they arent full by the time i take my test, i will call them tomorrow or maybe send an email
  8. by   rntobe2009
    Your very welcome and good luck!:wink2:
  9. by   jpearl119
    I know this post was made over a month ago, but I am also going to TJU in the fall for the ASN-BSN program. Just wanted to say hi!
  10. by   rntobe2009
    Hello and Congrats! We have a facebook group called "Thomas Jefferson University ASN-BSN Class of 2011". Type the name of the group into the search box on facebook and join. My goal is that we meet, greet, and share info and thoughts before the start of class.
  11. by   NNPwannabe
    Hello! I'm applying to the ASN-BSN program as well. For those of you who have already been excepted did you have an interview before you were excepted? If so, how was it? They are still waiting for my NET results before they can make a decision. I hope I get in! Good luck everyone!
  12. by   rntobe2009
    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!
  13. by   NNPwannabe
    Thanks for the info. I hope to be joining your group on facebook. lol.
  14. by   JonJon88
    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!