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- Apr 9, '11 by XKMXEmabox- I'm in the same exact boat as you. I'm going to Warwick too. I have not heard anything about an official acceptance.
Amarilis- How do you know which professor you have? Under my 1010 class it still has about ten different professors listed. Hopefully this official acceptance thing will be cleared up soon, I feel like there's so many "what ifs" to this application process.
- Apr 9, '11 by AmarilisI don't know if Norquist will be my professor... I did a search on mostly all the professors on rate my professor.com and I wasn't able to find Norquist. I'm curious to know what kind of professor she is.
- Apr 11, '11 by mgalanoNorquist is the Head of Nursing 1010, you don't actually have her as a prof. You don't have one prof, you have a few. They team teach so you can have 2 different prof in one day. The only person that stays consistent is your clinical teacher.
- Apr 11, '11 by emaboxJust got my OFFICIAL letter in the mail, there wasnt any new information on it, guess we need to wait for orientationI am so excited, can't wait to start!!!!
- Apr 11, '11 by emaboxi just got started on my titers and I signed up for CPR in July....hope all goes well. I guess the schedule is Tuesday and Thursday class and clinicals on Wed and Friday? does anyone know what time clinical will be?
- Apr 11, '11 by AmarilisThanks mgalano!
Congrats emabox....I hope I receive my letter this week. I'm still not able to register for my class.
- Apr 18, '11 by mgalanoemabox- im in nursing 1010 now and my clinical times were as follows:
the first 3 weeks you are in the nursing lab to learn all of your basic skills. The time is either 8-12 or 12-4, they pick what group you will be in. Then after that you are in the Nursing home from 7-3, sometimes you might go in later than 7 though depending on your instructor. You stay at the nursing home for 3 weeks. Then you go to hospital for your rotation 7-3 for the rest of the semester. You also have random lab days throughout your time at the hospital.
hope that helps!