UTA Spring 2012 - page 98

by Mochachild

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 "intricacies" of this nursing program. ... Read More


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    Getting pretty close. I'm sure at this point no more calls will be made
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    What are the certain "bumps" if you don't mind me asking? I have a sub-par adviser and I am applying for sept 2012 AP and traditional.
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    Quote from studentjen07
    What are the certain "bumps" if you don't mind me asking? I have a sub-par adviser and I am applying for sept 2012 AP and traditional.
    You do get some extra consideration if you have taken a certain # of credits with UTA and if you have a prior Bachelor. In honesty, though, the most important thing is to be employed by a partnering hospital. It doesn't guarantee you a slot, but you will have a significantly higher chance of getting in over those of us who may all the "bumps" in the world, but are not employed by a partner hospital.
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    Just got the official call! I am IN for the Traditional program. Quite excited about it as I think I will do better with an in-class learning process. They cut it way close! Hope to hear from more of you who might have been accepted well at this late juncture.

    I have an appt at the school tomorrow to get my packet. See you guys on Thursday!
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    Hello everyone, I just got accepted to the Uta RN-BSN online program. I plan to start Jan. 16. I was hoping there were some people joining me on the 16 or if anybody could tell me about the program? Also if anybody wanted to sell there books? My first two class are Prof. Nursing and tech writing. Would love some information about these class? thanks in advance
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    Quote from 2BlessedRN
    Hello everyone, I just got accepted to the Uta RN-BSN online program. I plan to start Jan. 16. I was hoping there were some people joining me on the 16 or if anybody could tell me about the program? Also if anybody wanted to sell there books? My first two class are Prof. Nursing and tech writing. Would love some information about these class? thanks in advance
    Congrats on getting accepted into the pre-nursing area. I presume you already know you have to apply again for the actual nursing program. Also, a suggestion would also be looking into renting your textbooks, there are several sites - you can just do a search. Honestly you will not crack the tech writing or professional nursing books again once you finish the class.

    Again congrats and good luck!
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    hey bjbailey1972, what do you mean i have to apply again? are you in the program now?
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    @2blessedRN

    I think BJBAILEY1972 thought that you had applied to the BSN program, not the RN to BSN. You won't have to apply a second time since you already are an RN and are just trying to get your BSN. Technical writing is a lot of writing and papers, but its just busy work, nothing is too difficult and most of the time you get all the points as long as you complete the assignments on time. I have not taken professional nursing (because that is part of the BSN program) so I don't have any knowledge of that class. Goodluck!
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    Quote from ezwol
    @2blessedRN

    I think BJBAILEY1972 thought that you had applied to the BSN program, not the RN to BSN. You won't have to apply a second time since you already are an RN and are just trying to get your BSN. Technical writing is a lot of writing and papers, but its just busy work, nothing is too difficult and most of the time you get all the points as long as you complete the assignments on time. I have not taken professional nursing (because that is part of the BSN program) so I don't have any knowledge of that class. Goodluck!
    I did...I apologize, pretty much all of us on here are AP-BSN (from scratch nursing students)....totally forgot there is the RN-BSN model...and you even wrote it in your post...dang selective reading...haha
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    Congrats to all that got accepted. I am really happy for you all. I am going to apply to a 2 year program and hope that that route is a bit more realistic for me to get into.


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