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Hi everyone! I am applying for Shadyside school of nursing for the fall 2013 start? Is anyone else applying?... Read More

  1. Visit  bella127 profile page
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    Is anyone starting the part-time evening and weekend program fall 2013? I just got my acceptance letter, so excited!
  2. Visit  bella127 profile page
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    Yes I am, I just got my acceptance letter!
  3. Visit  LMJ26 profile page
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    hi bella127, I have also been accepted to the part-time evening wknd program! very excited to get started. have you gotten any info in the mail yet? I have not.
  4. Visit  LMJ26 profile page
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    I have!
  5. Visit  Hilary T profile page
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    I am starting daytime this Fall!
  6. Visit  Angie M profile page
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    I am currently a LPN student with graduation aug '13. What are Shadyside's prerequisites to get into the school? I'm looking into Shadyside as well as the Mount.
  7. Visit  Hilary T profile page
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    Is anyone else starting full time in the fall?
  8. Visit  Yinzer profile page
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    I will be attending in the fall!! I was just wondering, is there a spring 2014 start date as well?
  9. Visit  Hilary T profile page
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    I believe there is. Are you considering deferring your acceptance? I'm attending the info session for Fall semester tomorrow.
  10. Visit  naturalgirl profile page
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    @yinzer, what made you decide to switch to Shadyside? Just curious...
  11. Visit  pjkre profile page
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    Hello. I was hoping someone might be able to answer a couple of questions that I had about getting accepted. I found out about a week ago that I passed my entrance exam and I am dropping off my application tomorrow.
    The first question was about the reference letters and this may seem stupid but; Do you need an actual letter from someone in addition to the reference forms or would having your referrer just fill out hte 1 page form suffice? I see that they refer to them as "reference letters" sometimes but they don't specifically say that you need an actual letter in addition to the little questionnaire form.
    My second question has to do with deadlines. I'm aware that I'm cutting it close with getting my application in and was curious how the whole procedure went after you submit the app/ref/transcripts. I know that you are required to take a physical / drug test, has anyone noticed a deadline for scheduling that on their own acceptance letters? I'm concerned that it will take a few weeks to process and by the time I receive my acceptance letter, I'll only have a 2-3 week turn around for scheduling my physical which could conflict with my work schedule. At my job you need to request a day off like a month in advance.

    Thank you in advance for any advice / info that anyone can offer.

    Hope to see you all in the fall

    Phil K
  12. Visit  LMJ26 profile page
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    Phil-

    No actual letter is needed, just have your references fill out the reference forms provided in the packet. After I submitted everything (application, references, transcripts, essay), it took about 2 weeks for an acceptance letter, and one week after I accepted placement, I received an additional packet concerning completing the criminal background check (which can be done online), child abuse clearance (which must be submitted by mail with a $10 money order, clearance came in about 2 weeks), and fingerprinting, which UPMC will provide you with locations. All three of those documents must be in by July 3rd. You are cutting it close, but you can get it done. The physical, which cannot be scheduled until after June 17th I believe, must be completed at a UPMC FACILITY (again, they will provide you with locations) and cost $150. Hope this helps and good luck.

    Are you applying for full or part-time?
  13. Visit  cole04 profile page
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    what books did you get for the PSB test?

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