Anyone applying to Drexel, Excela, Villanova, or Tornetta for 2013? - page 6

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Hello, I just sent off my application for Drexel, Excela Health, Villanova, and Frank J. Tornetta School of Anesthesia for their 2013 class. I was really surprised how early they were taking applications for 2013 but since... Read More


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    For school that have rolling admissions, you have to meet the requirements before you apply right? So for instance, if they require a minimum of 1 year ICU, if I get in and by the time I start, I will have 2-3 years of experience right?
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    Quote from Candyn
    For school that have rolling admissions, you have to meet the requirements before you apply right? So for instance, if they require a minimum of 1 year ICU, if I get in and by the time I start, I will have 2-3 years of experience right?
    Depends on the school. You can apply and get an interview to some schools even though you don't have the requirements at the time, but will have them by the time the program would start.
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    The only way I can find out which school have rolling admissions and do not require the requirements to apply is to call them? I am a New Graduate RN and I just want to know as much as possible to plan out. For schools that decide who get in 2 yrs in advance, that means I can apply now. I just do not see any chance of me getting interview. So when will be the best and earliest time to apply and have a chance to get interview?
    Thank you lot
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    Quote from Candyn
    The only way I can find out which school have rolling admissions and do not require the requirements to apply is to call them? I am a New Graduate RN and I just want to know as much as possible to plan out. For schools that decide who get in 2 yrs in advance, that means I can apply now. I just do not see any chance of me getting interview. So when will be the best and earliest time to apply and have a chance to get interview?
    Thank you lot
    If you have no experience than save your money and do not apply. Get some experience and when you hit that one year mark start applying. Most programs that have rolling admissions are usually interviewing for the program that starts about a year out so if you have 1 year experience you'll have 2 by the time it starts.

    Also check to see what kind of experience the school recommends you have. Some programs give more value to different types of ICU experience.


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