MUSC Accelerated BSN - page 44

Does anyone know if this is a good program? I'm thinking about applying for it for Fall '08, but I don't know anyone who has gone to the school. I would love to know anything from quality of faculty to design of the program to... Read More

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    First of all... congratulations to all those who will be starting the program in January. You are in for a great experience - make the most of it!

    I hope this is not against the "advertising" policy; I'm really just looking for someone to take up my lease:

    I am graduating from the program in December and my small loft apartment downtown will be available after 12/3. It is perfect for one person and is within walking and biking distance of campus (map 33 Cannon St. to see the block it is on). The rent is $870/mo and this includes all utilities. Not having to commute in and park will make those long days ahead of you so much easier. If you are interested, send me a message and I will put you in touch with the property manager.


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    I am looking into applying to MUSC, but I'm worried about my overall GPA. I started college in 2003 and had some semesters with a 2.5 gpa. Towards the end of my college career in 2007, I pulled back to back 4.0's, but only ended with an overall of 3.0. I did receive my BA. More recently, I've taken 3 science/prereqs classes and have a 4.0 in them as well.
    Do you think the school will weigh my most recent grades more than the grades I received 7 years ago?
    Does anyone know how the school determines what classes they use to decide what your overall gpa is? I read something about only needing 60 credits?
    I'm still 6 months away from applying, but I'm from NY and I need to start looking into living arrangements as well.

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    Hello please can anyone help me??
    I am a UK nurse that is trained in childrens nursing. I have worked 3 yrs on a paeds ward and i have currently worked past 3 years on NICU. We are thinking about a furure move to America. After reading on the internet i dont think my qualification is counted in the US and that i have to take an exam to get in???? With the exam it says i need practical experience in all areas of nursing can anybody give me any info on this and how do i go about this practical work? Has anyone in the UK been in the same situation with only been childrens trained. How hard is the exam? i am scared i would fail cos i dont do anything other than nurse children.
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    Just called ****-anyone who has applied can call beginning Monday the 12th to find out if they have been accepted. The anticipation is KILLING ME!
    Last edit by Medic2RN on Mar 24, '12 : Reason: TOS - using school personnel names
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    I've been accepted for Fall 2012! Anyone else?
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    im calling monday! i didnt know you could call to find out! probably wont sleep until then!
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    I don't have enough posts to private message yet but yeah. Call Monday - ****. She can tell you right away if you're in. She said they mailed the letters Monday but I don't think that's true because I live right in the area and would have received it by now if they had, which I haven't.
    Last edit by Medic2RN on Mar 24, '12 : Reason: TOS - using school personnel names
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    same. im in mount pleasant... that is the slowest mail of all time if its still on the way.
    thanks for the tip, im pacing around the apartment now! hopefully i can report back with good news on monday!
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    I'm in Hanahan. I'm thinking she meant they'll be sending them this coming Monday. Oh she also said there's a very important orientation on June 8th, just in case you get in. Good luck!
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    thanks for the heads up!

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