UTHSC Traditional BSN Spring 2014 Applicants - page 10

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I have seen many threads for previous applicants for past semesters to the UT Houston School of Nursing. I wanted to start one myself as I am applying for the spring 2014 traditional BSN and have yet to find a thread for it.... Read More


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    Quote from kalvey
    felicia, how did you apply before you had your hesi scores? I'm just wondering because I want to do that too because I want my course evaluation done!
    I just followed the instructions on the UTHSC SON site to apply & paid the $60 fee. Then when that was complete, I sent my transcript over electronically. I heard that it was better to do it this way, so they have a file started on you before you start sending them stuff & they have no where to put it.
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    Quote from o0fefe0o
    I just followed the instructions on the UTHSC SON site to apply & paid the $60 fee. Then when that was complete, I sent my transcript over electronically. I heard that it was better to do it this way, so they have a file started on you before you start sending them stuff & they have no where to put it.
    I am so confusing with their instructions. Please help me, I have not ready for Hesi yet, I intend to take it in July 15 after this summer semester over. How can I send them all of my transcript electronically? do you have any program for that? or Can I mail to their the Registrar Office?
    Thanks much !!
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    Quote from lauramrob
    I took my HESI yesterday and submitted my application. I remember it saying they would email me with a way to check the status of the app. (I'm assuming with portal login info?)

    However, I still don't have an email. Did it take them a few days to email anyone else? Or should it have been pretty much immediate?


    Here's my HESI scores:

    Reading: 90%
    Grammar: 96%
    Vocab: 100%
    A&P: 84%
    Math: 90%
    Critical Thinking: 870

    Cumulative score: 92%
    Learning Style: Kinesthetic/Analytical
    Personality Style: Calm/People

    I think my GPA is around 3.6ish right now. I've finished everything except Microbio, which I'm taking this summer.
    WOw! Bravo ! I am about going to take Hesi, but I am so nervous. The most nervous parts are critical thinking and reading because English is my second language. Do you have any keys to help me over come these two part. Thank you so much !
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    Hello Everyone!

    I've been reading this thread for a while now and decided to join it as well=). Everyone here who had posted their HESI stats has very impressive scores!

    I'm also applying to UTMB as my second choice and I am wondering if anyone else has taken both TEAS and HESI already. I recently did the TEAS a few days ago and I end up scoring 87.3 overall. I'm planning to take the HESI at the end of the month; so I am wondering for those who have already taken both tests, how did you find the difficulty of the HESI in comparison to TEAS?

    I know that for HESI, it is just anatomy as opposed to TEAS and of course you got the vocab and critical thinking. But, I'm hoping that if the difficulty of the math and reading/grammar sections of the HESI are relatively the same, or perhaps a little bit easier than TEAS, I can spend more time on studying for anatomy, critical thinking, and vocab.

    Thank you in advance and good luck everyone!
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    Quote from JayC.
    Hello Everyone!

    I've been reading this thread for a while now and decided to join it as well=). Everyone here who had posted their HESI stats has very impressive scores!

    I'm also applying to UTMB as my second choice and I am wondering if anyone else has taken both TEAS and HESI already. I recently did the TEAS a few days ago and I end up scoring 87.3 overall. I'm planning to take the HESI at the end of the month; so I am wondering for those who have already taken both tests, how did you find the difficulty of the HESI in comparison to TEAS?

    I know that for HESI, it is just anatomy as opposed to TEAS and of course you got the vocab and critical thinking. But, I'm hoping that if the difficulty of the math and reading/grammar sections of the HESI are relatively the same, or perhaps a little bit easier than TEAS, I can spend more time on studying for anatomy, critical thinking, and vocab.

    Thank you in advance and good luck everyone!
    To me, the HESI was way easier, especially so on the math section. I got a 93 on TEAS and I posted my HESI scores a few pages back. Let me know if you have any other questions.
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    Quote from mze116
    To me, the HESI was way easier, especially so on the math section. I got a 93 on TEAS and I posted my HESI scores a few pages back. Let me know if you have any other questions.
    I had just finish checking your previous posts in this thread and found it very informative. From what others have already asked you, it pretty much answered the questions that I was going to follow up with. And wow, you are a very intelligent person.

    I'd normally end this post by saying good luck but you won't be needing it because of your amazing scores for both tests!

    Thanks!
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    Quote from JayC.

    I had just finish checking your previous posts in this thread and found it very informative. From what others have already asked you, it pretty much answered the questions that I was going to follow up with. And wow, you are a very intelligent person.

    I'd normally end this post by saying good luck but you won't be needing it because of your amazing scores for both tests!

    Thanks!
    Wow! Thank you. That was very flattering. I just hope it really is enough to get me in!

    I am sure you will do fine on your HESI. Just take your time and read the questions thoroughly, especially in the CT section and make sure you're ready for any question from A&P I & II. I did post some sample questions from those two sections, but a moderator cut them out of my post and I got yelled at. Unfortunately, I don't want to get kicked off, so I won't be doing that again!

    Don't stress yourself out over it and you'll do fine. Good luck to you and I hope you make it in to wherever you choose!!
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    Hey everyone!

    For those who already has their myUTH account and still wondering how to change their long random password that UTH gives you, this is how you do it:

    1) On the myUTH portal main page before you log in, look on the left side under the "quick links" tab and click change password.
    2) Then click the link they provide you that will take you to a different page. You'll have to log into that new page and then just follow the instructions from there.
    --> https://apps.uth.tmc.edu/useradmin/faces/pwd/login.jsp

    Lol even though it is quite obvious, I didn't notice how to do it at first because I got too excited the first time I got my myUTH access and I logged in right away thinking I'd be able to change my password from there.

    Cheers!
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    Thanks JayC! Worked for me
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    Anybody else getting anxious? I'm ready for the deadline to be up already and be checking my admissions status daily!!!
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