Waiting for acceptance/rejection tonight!!! - page 2

Hi all, I have been trying for sooooo long to get into nursing school. I know you all can relate! I keep checking my email-but I really probably don't have a chance of getting into Sacramento... Read More

  1. by   MBARNBSN
    Quote from cincin1
    Thank you 2BRN-its actually my 3rd rejection-at least I have more places I can apply to-or just wait until my number comes up on the "first come first served" schools that I am already accepted to. Trouble is that could be two more years. I'm so revved up to start! I was thinking maybe I should just calm down, chill and be with my kids, have fun, maybe take a class for fun-like piano or voice or whatever-and quit trying be beat a dead horse. My first instinct however is to frantically search for a new place to apply, find ways to improve my GPA, or how to learn another language. It just gets so tiring, finding out you are not good enough. Time after time!
    Actually I was going to make these suggestions (re-take classes to improve your GPA and find other schools to apply too if possible). I was not sure if you had not done so already. I know it sounds crazy, but I'll bet people who placed above you did these very same things. Not many people get accepted a first time.

    Go to your counselor and ask for advice. Find out how you can improve yourself. If it is not possible at your current school, I am sure it is possible somewhere else! :spin:

    Quote from cincin1
    Have fun when you start-let us know how it goes. P.S. my stepson is in 1st sem ADN program, he is doing clinicals already and says the lecture classes are crazy hard! NOt to scare you, you sound like a smart cookie to me! Cheers!
    Thanks. Actually I am not scared. I am excited. Receiving my MBA was no cake walk either. The retention rate was 30% for my MBA program. Day one I told myself I would be one of the 30% to graduate and I am! I am not happy when I am not challenged or working in a challenging environment, so nursing school is the right fit for me. I might actually miss it when it is over and join the military to make up for the lack of stimulus.
  2. by   JaxiaKiley
    I'm sorry it didn't happen. Do you have other options?
  3. by   Carebear77
    don't give up
  4. by   newnurse2011
    cin cin its ok if this is ur dream don't ever stop or let some1 tell u "can't" do it... Go For it head strong and maybe thats school wasnt for you... look into other schools as well with a higher number of seats and co horts....
    u will get in dont worry :-)
  5. by   BeachPrincess
    Don't give up!!! Keep going you will get in just remain persistent. "Chin up" as Charlotte's Web would say.
  6. by   kat von b
    *hugs* dont give up!
  7. by   allthingsbright
    Quote from cincin1
    Well, its not gonna happen for me again. I'm so bummed. I'd cry but I am actually getting used to the rejection.
    279 applicants. 70 will be accepted. My alternated number is 120.
    Thanks anyway.
    (((HUGS)))
  8. by   ChargeNurseAmy74
    so very sorry cincin1!!! sending lots of hugs your way xoxoxoxo
    do you have another school option as a back up plan? it has nothing to do with your abilities, but lottery! blessings, keep us posted k?
  9. by   lexi917
    Awww...*HUGS*...I'm still waiting for my letter...just a mix emotion waiting for something you long for...Keep trying though and never give up...it's your dream, and you will get in...it is true there are so many applicants and so little space...Sometimes I wonder why don't they accpet more students...since we are in shortages of nurses...
  10. by   Carebear77
    I'm so sorry
    I know you will eventually get in, don't ever give up. I was denied 2 times and was excepted on my 3rd try, so it can happen.

    I know there is a shortage of nurses and the reason why it is so hard to get in is because of what nurses we do have only a handfull will teach. I plan on working and teaching when I'm done with my BSN, I want to be able to give back and help other ppl who want to be a nurse.

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