UTHSC-Houston Fall 2012 Applicants - pg.85 | allnurses

UTHSC-Houston Fall 2012 Applicants - page 110

Hello everyone! This thread is for everyone applying to the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. I believe they will be accepting applications from January 15-April 1, so the sooner... Read More

  1. Visit  UTMB2012 profile page
    Does anyone know if they combine repeated courses, or if they just take the highest grade?
  2. Visit  Jessbird profile page
    Quote from UTMB2012
    Does anyone know if they combine repeated courses, or if they just take the highest grade?
    They take the highest grade.
  3. Visit  AnonEmus profile page
    When courses are repeated, they take the most recent grade, which could be lower.
  4. Visit  MBARN profile page
    Is there anyone on this discussion forum that is already in the UTHSC PhD program? If so, I would love to hear from you!

  5. Visit  Hopefulleslie profile page
    Hey everybody!
    I was just curious if anyone has heard of a situation like mine before. I was accepted in fall of 2012 for generic BSN @ UTHSC-Houston and was accepted, but was not done with all my pre-reqs yet. Does anyone know if my chances are pretty good for getting in this time around(fall 2013)?
    Thanks and good luck to you all!
  6. Visit  AnonEmus profile page
    You either get in or you don't. You can estimate a probability, but a good chance is not the same as a real acceptance. It's hard to be patient, but worrying about it doesn't help at all.
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  7. Visit  fjellerup profile page
    lvl1, may I ask what I could expect as pay as a pca at MH? I have a few years experience and do blood, and I want to know what to ask.
  8. Visit  kw90 profile page
    For anyone who is currently enrolled or graduated - did they drug test you throughout school at random times? I'm concerned about some of my medications affecting possible test results. I know they test you to get in, but I haven't been able to figure out who I contact regarding my medications, since according to HIPAA you can't tell the drug testing center what medications you're on.

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