TWU NP program

  1. 0 Hi I am trying to apply for RN - FNP program at TWU. Does anyone know how they select student??
    Is it a hard program to get in?
    Is it possible to work and go full time ?
    Thanks in advance
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  4. Visit  carachel2 profile page
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    I went to UTA. You can go part-time at UTA and balance other work and family priorities. I don't know about TWU. At UTA there were many who worked 2-3 12 hr shifts and managed school. I will say that in the last year they looked exhausted since school was 2 days a week, clinicals at least 3-4 days a week (your last semester is essetially full time clinicals 40 hrs per week) and then sometime in between you have to study. I would say you could start out working but definitely have a plan to scale back...studying for NP school is NOTHING like RN school. At UTa, the theory and research classes and even advanced pharm are online so that helps a lot. But they are still VERY time consuming so prepare for that.
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    Quote from carachel2
    I went to UTA. You can go part-time at UTA and balance other work and family priorities. I don't know about TWU. At UTA there were many who worked 2-3 12 hr shifts and managed school. I will say that in the last year they looked exhausted since school was 2 days a week, clinicals at least 3-4 days a week (your last semester is essetially full time clinicals 40 hrs per week) and then sometime in between you have to study. I would say you could start out working but definitely have a plan to scale back...studying for NP school is NOTHING like RN school. At UTa, the theory and research classes and even advanced pharm are online so that helps a lot. But they are still VERY time consuming so prepare for that.
    Thanks carachel2
  6. Visit  Annaiya profile page
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    I know several people that went to TWU and worked full-time. It's doable but if you can afford to work part-time that would make it less tiring.


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