WGU RN-BSN 11/1/11 start - page 9

Who's starting WGU 11/1/11. I saw there was a thread for 10/1/11, figured we could start one for November. Had my intake interview already, my transcripts have not been evaluated yet but am... Read More

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    Quote from SweettartRN
    DONE with my BSN as of today. That's three months, and 9 days..... or three months if you count the time I actually had access to Taskstream!

    Excited to move on to my MSN!!!!!!
    OMG!! That's awesome!! Congratulations!! What a wonderful Christmas present to yourself.
    I can't wait to get there.
    I am slooooowy getting my practicum done.

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    So as I've read most of your stories on this thread I am very excited hearing how a lot of you have finished within 1 term. I will be starting soon, but I'm also wondering how many of you have a full time job? Or kids? And how realistic a 6 month finish is for a "average" person. I work 30-40 hours a week, have a 6 1/2 year old and an 18 month old. Has anyone with a similar schedule finished in 6 months?
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    Hi,
    I work 12hr Nocs FT (36-48hr/wk) and I have a 20month old son. I am a single mom, and am paying for the school myself. I am maxed out on my financial aid from previous undergrad work.
    So, YES!! You can do it!!
    Good Luck.
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    Hi fallinstyle, Can u help me? I was moving along so fast and then community health hit. I don't even know where to start!!!
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    :bowingpur I'm not worthy!!!! I love this link. I started in Sept and I am so stuck. Thanks for all of the motivation! Is it too late to join this crazy one term race?
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    Quote from fostermomof3
    Hi fallinstyle, Can u help me? I was moving along so fast and then community health hit. I don't even know where to start!!!
    I think the trick to community health is to not over think it. Look very closely at the rubric and follow it to a T. Use it to guide what you are supposed to do. (I ended up with so much data that I felt overwhelmed. But after looking at the rubric and listening to the webinar, it was not that bad).
    Good luck!
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    Quote from fallinnstyle
    Hi,
    I work 12hr Nocs FT (36-48hr/wk) and I have a 20month old son. I am a single mom, and am paying for the school myself. I am maxed out on my financial aid from previous undergrad work.
    So, YES!! You can do it!!
    Good Luck.
    I know it can be done, in fact I did original RN,ADN with a newborn working full time by myself also. However, I'm wondering how many have finished in 6 months? or less? having a family, full time job...etc.....
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    Quote from fallinnstyle
    OMG!! That's awesome!! Congratulations!! What a wonderful Christmas present to yourself.
    I can't wait to get there.
    I am slooooowy getting my practicum done.

    My birthday is on the 19th, and I was looking at it more as an early birthday present to myself! LOL
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    Done with the BSN part of my program. Onto MSN. woot! woot!!
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    I thought this was a 11 month course? Was the admission test hard?


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