UTA Spring 2013 - page 41

Hello everyone! Just wanted to start this thread for anyone planning on attending UTA's nursing program in the Spring of 2013..... I am working on the last of my pre-reqs right now at TCC, but I plan on attending UTA this fall... Read More

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    Has anyone in AP-BSN gotten any more information by email? Has your major changed in your mymav? I'm eager for proof that its all real!

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    I received an email confirmind that i already turned in my acceptance form
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    How soon after you turned it in did you get the email?
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    Jk just got mine! Yay!!
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    Two days later
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    I faxed mine last Tues and haven't received my confirmation email yet. I will be emailing that person to confirm You never know!!! As far as any other info or anything changing in My Mav, the answer is no. I was only lacking my 3rd Hep B shot and meningitis so I got those taken care of. Going to send the background check and register for BLS course too! The deadlines seem far away but they're so not!A friend of mine who started in Sept said lots of people waited until a few weeks before to get all their stuff done and it was insanity for them. Anyway, hope everyone is doing well! Am thinking of starting a Facebook page for us too....
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    I wonder if any of you that are partnered could answer a question for me. I am applying for Fall 2013; did I see someone say that you are considered partnered even if you are only PRN with the hospital? I have only been looking for part time positions thinking that you have to have a permanent job, this could open more options. Thanks for the assistance.
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    Hi!!! It doesn't matter if it's PRN or full-time. I'm a PRN employee at THR and asked the same question months ago In fact, almost all of my coworkers who have started the program that were originally full-time (three 12-hour shifts per week) ended up moving to a PRN position because it's nearly impossible to work that much in the AP program. So, my point is, of you can afford to be PRN then go for it for sure!!! It's nice to be able to say no to working when you have a final the next day or whatever
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    A facebook group would be awesome! It kind of sucks that we have to pay for our own background checks, I've never heard of that before. But I have all my shots, including that pain in the butt flu shot. Ouch!
    Last edit by txhopeful12 on Oct 22, '12
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    Thank you. I currently don't work, so even PRN would be a pay raise. I will begin my search and keep my fingers crossed to find something before the application deadline.

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