TWU Fall 2013 Applicants - page 19

Hello everyone!:wavey: I am starting this thread... a year early. That is how much I want to be accepted into the Fall 2013 BSN program at TWU in Dallas. I am taking my TEAS on August 30 so that... Read More

  1. by   Laneerobinson
    I made a 69.3% on teas and Gpa is around 3.6 with bump should be 4.0. Hopefully it's good enough to get in! I have some money already saved up in case I don't feel comfortable working. I also have a 5 year old son that will be 6 in the fall! I know it's going to be hard to balance out my time but it is also doable!! Wish you all luck!!
  2. by   tessthebest
    Hi all

    I'm also applying to twu houston campus. I have 4/4 A's, 3.54 overall GPA, and a 3.8 Science GPA, i also made a 79.3%
    Readying through the thread i don't think my grades are high enough to be accepted to twu, but i can hope, i'm also applying
    to like four other nursing programs. Although i have heard it's easier to be accepted to the houston campus then it is to be accepted to the other campus, anyways good luck to everyone looking forward to starting nursing school, somewhere hopefully.
  3. by   hardierlime
    I've applied to the Dallas Campus, but the Evening/Weekend program. I will be working 5 days a week at my full time job as I'm the breadwinner in my family, but that's why I want the evening/weekend program. My stats are earlier in the thread, but I have a 3.9, all first attempt As and got a 94 on the TEAS. Even still, nothing is set in stone until we receive those letters. And MAN, I'm already on pins and needles. Waiting until the end of March?!?! I've been checking my email every day already! If I didn't have all of my daughter's charter school apps to stalk too, I think I'd go crazy!
  4. by   IamPam2005
    Quote from hardierlime
    I've applied to the Dallas Campus, but the Evening/Weekend program. I will be working 5 days a week at my full time job as I'm the breadwinner in my family, but that's why I want the evening/weekend program. My stats are earlier in the thread, but I have a 3.9, all first attempt As and got a 94 on the TEAS. Even still, nothing is set in stone until we receive those letters. And MAN, I'm already on pins and needles. Waiting until the end of March?!?! I've been checking my email every day already! If I didn't have all of my daughter's charter school apps to stalk too, I think I'd go crazy!
    I'm sure you'll get in. Those first attempts are the biggest thing so that's what is killing me. I took Micro and statistics like 8 and 5 years ago and dropped them but that still counts as first attempts.
  5. by   JRNY13
    Quote from tessthebest
    Hi all

    I'm also applying to twu houston campus. I have 4/4 A's, 3.54 overall GPA, and a 3.8 Science GPA, i also made a 79.3%
    Readying through the thread i don't think my grades are high enough to be accepted to twu, but i can hope, i'm also applying
    to like four other nursing programs. Although i have heard it's easier to be accepted to the houston campus then it is to be accepted to the other campus, anyways good luck to everyone looking forward to starting nursing school, somewhere hopefully.
    I feel the same way about my stats not measuring up. We will just have to wait and see there are always other options.
  6. by   L1zG
    Greetings to all of you, I'm a J1 at TWU-Dallas and know exactly the emotions you are feeling right now. Best wishes to all of you. Our J1 class is currently in the first round of exams. If I could give you one bit of advice, I'd tell you to COMPLETE PATHO BEFORE nursing classes begin! One plus to taking it in Dallas is the opportunity to get acclimated to campus and tutor sessions are available to you there. If taking Patho in the summer sounds horrible to you, do it anyway! Hope I see you in the Fall
  7. by   broonie717
    Quote from L1zG
    Greetings to all of you, I'm a J1 at TWU-Dallas and know exactly the emotions you are feeling right now. Best wishes to all of you. Our J1 class is currently in the first round of exams. If I could give you one bit of advice, I'd tell you to COMPLETE PATHO BEFORE nursing classes begin! One plus to taking it in Dallas is the opportunity to get acclimated to campus and tutor sessions are available to you there. If taking Patho in the summer sounds horrible to you, do it anyway! Hope I see you in the Fall
    Thank you so much for the advice! It's good to hear from someone who has been through the process and is where we will be in a few short months. Hope your semester is going well so far!
  8. by   uhmanduh09
    Do you know if the Houston campus offers Patho during the summer??
  9. by   broonie717
    I would think so. You can go to TWU website and go to the Search for Classes page and search past semesters at the Houston campus to see if they were offered last summer.
  10. by   carlajeanx3
    Just checked. Looks like they do offer a full summer course at the Houston campus and the professor had very good reviews. The class also only met once a week which is perfect for me since I will have to commute there to attend it. Houston is much closer for me than Dallas or Denton haha.
  11. by   uhmanduh09
    Quote from carlajeanx3
    Just checked. Looks like they do offer a full summer course at the Houston campus and the professor had very good reviews. The class also only met once a week which is perfect for me since I will have to commute there to attend it. Houston is much closer for me than Dallas or Denton haha.
    I'm up in Humble so Houston is DEFINITELY closer!
  12. by   Erica92
    Hey everyone! I applied for Fall 2013 to the Houston campus and I'm taking patho online this semester to get it out of the way. So far, so good. I took the required 32+ hours at the Denton campus to get the .4 GPA bump. I also took the TEAS last August because I thought I was able to apply for Spring, but I couldn't because I was still enrolled in statistics...so I had a minor setback. We have less than two months less until acceptance e-mails start rolling out! Best of luck to all of you girls and guys.
  13. by   trs7707
    Does anyone know the total number of applicants that applied?

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