UT Tyler Spring '13 Admission - page 8
Anyone out there applied for Spring 2013 admission to UT Tyler? I'm actually doing the Accelerated Program, but would love to hear from anyone about their points and how they feel about their application! I'm dying to find out if... Read More
- 0Nov 13, '12 by KRBeeQuote from MarromeroI have never made an F. If you have many F's, just retake the class and pass it. As long as you pass your pre-reqs and maintain a minimum of 2.75 GPA, they'll consider you. I haven't heard of anyone getting into the program with a GPA less than that.Has anyone else received an f and been accepted to the nursing program?
- 0Nov 15, '12 by nursingstudent9OK! So I went to Tyler today to meet with my advisor and check out the campus. Everyone was really nice and the campus itself wasn't bad...just the rest of Tyler is wayyyy different and old. It's definitely going to take me getting used to.
I was also told to stay away from Cambridge and Varsity apartments because of the crime. And also was told that The Reserve apts were good, but didn't have time to check them out. University Pines are on campus and look to be decent, but did seem kind of pricey to me.
I got prices for the level 1 nursing textbook packages and they are insane! $697.91 for the textbook+ebook package. And $394.61 for the ebook package. These packages will be updated so prices might may not be exact, but close enough to get an idea.
Hope this helped!
- 0Quote from MarromeroTo be honest with you I received 2 D's in my chemistry class on my first two tries, it does hurt you because Tyler goes on the point system. For every time you fail a class they take off a point, but you can easily make up for it with your TEAS test score! I recommend you making an appointment with the advisor there. When I came she literally took out the grading sheet and scored me right there. Its a different paper than what they show us online. It also showed me different classes I could retake or take extra (humanities) to boost my point standing. I didn't get in for fall with 72 points, but I got in this time I think with 78points.Has anyone else received an f and been accepted to the nursing program?
- 0Nov 16, '12 by KRBeeQuote from nursingstudent9Thanks for telling us about Tyler, it helped me get an idea of what the campus looked like.OK! So I went to Tyler today to meet with my advisor and check out the campus. Everyone was really nice and the campus itself wasn't bad...just the rest of Tyler is wayyyy different and old. It's definitely going to take me getting used to.
Quote from nursingstudent9I emailed my adviser about books and she ended up forwarding my email to the instructors but no one has emailed me about textbooks. I found the Fall 2012 syllabus for Nursing Competencies and I read that we needed "Electronic version of textbooks to load onto your portable device (available in the book package in the bookstore)." I was wondering if we really do need electronic versions of our textbooks because if so, I might as well just get the ebooks.I got prices for the level 1 nursing textbook packages and they are insane! $697.91 for the textbook+ebook package. And $394.61 for the ebook package. These packages will be updated so prices might may not be exact, but close enough to get an idea.
Quote from luckyberriesSo the documents are textbooks that we need for Spring? Thanks for uploading this for us! I have been trying to get a response from instructors and my adviser about my textbooks so that I could get them from third parties.Its about our books. Our grand total is $697 >.< at least its cheaper than fall's? I uploaded them to my rapid share so you can download it here,
I actually can't buy the textbook package because I have already taken Pharmacology. If it's not required to buy electronic versions of textbooks then I'll definitely buy my textbooks from third parties.
- 0Quote from MarromeroI took all of my classes at UT Arlington, and I made two D's in chemistry, she took off points for that. It doesn't hurt if you make a C and retake it for an A because thats what I did for Anatomy. I'm not sure if the point deduction only counts for nursing preqreqs like sciences. Its always best to make an appointment with the advisor.Luckyberries did you take your chemistry at UT Tyler? What did you score on your teas?
- 0Nov 19, '12 by nursingstudent9KRBee- we do not need the electronic versions of the books. My advisor told me either or....I'm personally better at learning when I have the book in front of me, so I won't be buying the ebooks. I've also taken pharm so I was planning on ordering my books via third party.