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UTA Spring 2012 - page 7

Alas! Here I go again!;) This thread is dedicated to all hopefuls to either of the programs- AP or traditional. Let's partake in the sharing of ideas, suggestions, and/or insight in the... Read More

  1. Visit  Zweiells profile page
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    Thanks, adraleigh, Mochachild, and tejas03! I emailed my advisor this morning. I'm about ready to jump ship with UTA and get on board with TWU.
  2. Visit  tejas03 profile page
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    What entrance exam does TWU use?
  3. Visit  adrialeigh profile page
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    Here's the link to TWU's admission requirements:

    Last edit by adrialeigh on Jun 7, '11 : Reason: typo
  4. Visit  Zweiells profile page
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    Quote from tejas03
    What entrance exam does TWU use?
    The only accept the TEAS V. I'm not really looking forward to possibly paying to take both the HESI and TEAS to up my chances of being accepted somewhere, but I haven't been having the best experience with UTA so far.
  5. Visit  Mochachild profile page
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    @ tejas03

    Yes...had to make an application to all the schools. However, no $$ were required for the ADN programs...thank God!
  6. Visit  adrialeigh profile page
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    Just curious....have any of you considered PA school?? I've teetered back and forth between applying for PA school and nursing school for a while. I'm starting to think I have a better chance of getting into PA school than nursing. At least with PA school you have letters of recommendation working for you, as well as a personal statement that allows you to account for why your grades sucked (if they did like mine) when you first started college. Just throwing it out there in case someone else has considered the same thing...
  7. Visit  Mochachild profile page
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    @ adrialeigh
    I agree...that may be something worth looking into. Hmmm. Doesn't it take the same amount of time- about 2 yrs?
  8. Visit  adrialeigh profile page
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    Yea about 2.5 to almost 3 years actually depending on the program. UT Southwestern's PA program is 31 months and UNT Health Science Center's program is 34 months. The only thing I'm missing for UT Southwestern is Organic Chemistry lab and I just registered to take it! Yikes!
  9. Visit  Mochachild profile page
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    Girl...like I don't have enough on my plate! Now you've intrigued me! Oh, lawd...will this ever end?! Ha Ha!
  10. Visit  adrialeigh profile page
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  11. Visit  Mochachild profile page
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    @ adrialeigh

    Thanks for the info! I need to sit and meditate on this. For those of you who are interested in attaining a NP license (including myself): Are you aware that a DNP will be required to receive prescriptive authority and become certified? This goes into effect in 2015.
  12. Visit  alinino profile page
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    Did you guys get your confirmation emails for traditional? I just got mine today!
  13. Visit  tejas03 profile page
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    Has anyone heard the final count for applicants yet...just wondering??!!