TWU Fall 2013 Applicants - page 27

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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 if I have to, I can take it... Read More


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    I believe they only send them out if you haven't completed the extra classes that they require for core completion and you don't have a prior degree. I am graduating this may so I can exempt out of the math and women's class. I saw a few posts about the emails from past forums and when I called about it they said they would send out emails asking and that's how they know if you will be core complete or not. But I guess not everyone applies to that lol. Just wondering if anyone is in the same boat I am.
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    Hi everyone!! I'm a current J1 student at TWU Dallas. Good luck to all of you as you wait for acceptance! It's a rough time but try to remember to relax and breathe - this is the last time you'll be able to do so!

    I wish you all the best of luck! I'm here for questions if you have any.
    Last edit by Medic2RN on Feb 20, '13 : Reason: TOS - Self Promotion
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    Quote from ambrekai
    Hi everyone!! I'm a current J1 student at TWU Dallas. Good luck to all of you as you wait for acceptance! It's a rough time but try to remember to relax and breathe - this is the last time you'll be able to do so!

    I wish you all the best of luck! I'm here for questions if you have any.
    Thanks keep writing! I already read it haha!
    Last edit by Medic2RN on Feb 20, '13 : Reason: Edited TOS in quotes
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    Thanks ambre! What is the workload like? Do you have any free time on the weekends at all? Also, did you take patho before beginning classes?
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    The workload is intense, but if you stay on top of your necessary reading and assignments, and study a little bit every single day, then it's completely doable. I had a completely FREE weekend this past weekend, but that's rare and I doubt I'll get it again before spring break. And yes, I did take patho before this semester and I'm so thankful I did!! I HIGHLY recommend doing so, if possible; but I do know you can make it work otherwise. Several of my classmates are taking patho now and they're doing ok.
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    Well that makes me feel ALOT better! Thanks!
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    ambrekai- are you working at all while in school?
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    ambrekai- are you working at all while in school?
    I'm not right now, but I'm hoping to get a tech job in the summer that I can transition to PRN once school starts again in the fall.
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    Quote from ambrekai
    The workload is intense, but if you stay on top of your necessary reading and assignments, and study a little bit every single day, then it's completely doable. I had a completely FREE weekend this past weekend, but that's rare and I doubt I'll get it again before spring break. And yes, I did take patho before this semester and I'm so thankful I did!! I HIGHLY recommend doing so, if possible; but I do know you can make it work otherwise. Several of my classmates are taking patho now and they're doing ok.
    Thank you so much for sharing! I skimmed through your blog, and WOW, what a wake up call. It is so great to get a first hand day-by-day preview from a current nursing student. Sounds like you are doing really awesome though! Keep up the hard work and please continue to share your experiences with us
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    Quote from ambrekai
    The workload is intense, but if you stay on top of your necessary reading and assignments, and study a little bit every single day, then it's completely doable. I had a completely FREE weekend this past weekend, but that's rare and I doubt I'll get it again before spring break. And yes, I did take patho before this semester and I'm so thankful I did!! I HIGHLY recommend doing so, if possible; but I do know you can make it work otherwise. Several of my classmates are taking patho now and they're doing ok.
    Thanks for sharing your blog - definitely looking forward to reading more!


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