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Anyone heard from Marymount for Fall 2011? Also those already in the program, how did you do for housing/ renting ? Thank you... Read More

  1. Visit  Mamz1 profile page
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    Katlee08
    I need to pm you about housing. Let me know if it's ok.
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  3. Visit  TAC11 profile page
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    Thanks for the info on breaks and classes!

    Mamz1 is you are looking for housing I would love to talk to someone else about it, you can feel free to message me.
  4. Visit  Mamz1 profile page
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    Hey Tac11,
    I wanted more info on a housing availability that Katlee posted...I guess it got taken down... I have been apartment hunting but will have to at least go down there to see what I am getting into...How about yourself?
  5. Visit  katlee08 profile page
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    Hey guys!

    You can pm me any questions you have about housing if you want! I remember looking and it was quite the struggle. The rent prices are high and the traffic is crazy, but there's so much to do, I'm willing to bet that you'll love it!
  6. Visit  YvonneABSN11 profile page
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    Hi everyone! I've been trying to figure out expenses and budgeting for this upcoming school year and I was wondering if anyone knew how much we'd be spending a semester on books. I looked up the books for the classes we are taking this upcoming semester and to purchase all used books it looks like it'll be around $600!
  7. Visit  TaraZ profile page
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    Hi everyone!

    I have also been accepted for the Fall 2011 Program. I'm not 100% sure if I will be attending, as I have been accepted to other schools as well.

    I am from Washington State and saw some of your posts about housing. Would anyone be willing to share an apartment/house? Housing is much more expensive there and it looks like 3 bedroom apartments are a cheaper way to go. I'd gladly answer any information about myself. But would anyone be semi-interested??
  8. Visit  mother_matters profile page
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    I graduated from the MU accelerated BSN program in May '11 and have a ton of publisher's study guides that I would love to pass on (no charge) to an incoming student. I found these study guides really helpful to prepare for exams (and sometimes really lucked out when the same/similar questions showed up on exams if the professor was using the test bank for the book). The study guides are for classes such as Pharm, Health Assessment, Med-Surg, Patho, Research, OB, and Peds. If interested, please send me a message through allnurses or e-mail me at crcodywhite at gmail dot com. I'd prefer to just turn over the entire box to the first person who contacts me. Best of luck to the incoming class----you're in for a great experience (even if it won't feel like it while you're doing it!).
  9. Visit  soon2bnurstudent profile page
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    I graduated from the ABSN program at MU in May 2011 and just wanted to add what I consider a vital piece of information...the program definitely has a high NCLEX pass rate. Our class has stayed in contact with each other since graduating and it seems that everyone who has taken NCLEX has passed so although we may have complained about some disorganization and such during the program, MU definitely did it's job. Also, we are having success in terms of landing jobs. Many people have landed jobs in the specialty area of their choice including Peds, NICU, Mother/Baby and ER. Some have had more than one offer! In 18 months I met some fantastic people, built a good network of colleagues and mentors, received my BSN and passed the NCLEX. I couldn't be happier that I picked MU! Just some food for thought
  10. Visit  Mamz1 profile page
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    Thank you much, Soon2Bnurstudent...u already are one!!! Congrats...we are following in your foot steps begining Fall...
    @ mother_matters, I PM you with regards to the study guides if they are still available...thank you.
  11. Visit  Mamz1 profile page
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    hey TaraZ, have you found a place? and if you don't mind me asking...are you female or male?
    Thank you.
  12. Visit  blessed87 profile page
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    Quote from soon2bnurstudent
    I graduated from the ABSN program at MU in May 2011 and just wanted to add what I consider a vital piece of information...the program definitely has a high NCLEX pass rate. Our class has stayed in contact with each other since graduating and it seems that everyone who has taken NCLEX has passed so although we may have complained about some disorganization and such during the program, MU definitely did it's job. Also, we are having success in terms of landing jobs. Many people have landed jobs in the specialty area of their choice including Peds, NICU, Mother/Baby and ER. Some have had more than one offer! In 18 months I met some fantastic people, built a good network of colleagues and mentors, received my BSN and passed the NCLEX. I couldn't be happier that I picked MU! Just some food for thought

    Hello!

    Im interested in Marymount for the Spring and Ive been hearing varying info on the time frame. Is the program 18months or 16months including the summer semester. If I start in the Spring when can I expect to be done?
  13. Visit  blessed87 profile page
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    Hello,


    I am currently waiting for a response for the Spring 2012 semester. I was wondering if there is an exit exam requirement other than the NCLEX? I saw in other threads the mention os the HESI
  14. Visit  windsurfer8 profile page
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    I graduated from MU in '08. ABSN. It is a great program because it is hard. They will not baby you. You will have to solve problems and stay on top of your paperwork. It is not like your first degree in basket weaving. You will have clinicals and lots of times things are jacked up. You are dealing with monster hospitals who are not always cool to students. Develop a thick skin and prepare mentally. Exercise. Stay lean. Stay strong. This is good. Makes you think and solve problems. Makes it easier to deal with pain. The harder it is the more it prepares your for reality. I lived in a small crappy apt near Ft. Myer. I paid 1300 a month for basically a box. That is reality in Arlington. Once again. Prepare. Hit it hard.


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