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Nursefor2011, being 17 with a 3.6 and 99 percentile is impressive. Maybe you just got the wrong impression on how the interview went. The fact that they called you for an interview means that they were impressed. So, just don't worry about it, I'm sure everything will work out great for you. With your grades you can get into almost any school that you want to.

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Nursefor2011,

With that score I seriously don't think you have anything to worry about. You are definitely in :specs:

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I agree with Ripley28 & Kitty Nursefor2011 try not to worry & you have a bright future ahead of you.

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Thanks kittty.

nursefor2011 - what program are you applying for again?

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I was finally able to reach Ms. Gallo :yeah:. It took a couple of days. She said the rejection letters were sent out to people who didn't meet the NLN requirements :cry:. The committee has the other folders. I always feel hopeful when Ms. Gallo knows details about my application folder without having the folder available. I pray that we're all accepted ;). I was at the emergency room with my daughter last night and I mentioned to a nurse that I was applying to PBISON, she commented that it was an excellent school......I knew this to be true after the orientation :redbeathe. Good luck everyone, keep the faith.

I'm so happy this thread is active again :lol2:.

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honeycutts - sounds promising. NLN requirements? Just the minimum requirements?

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I applied for the two year program, but the person who interviewed me said that she was going to strongly recommend me for the three year option because I'm young and I don't have any liberal arts courses. :(

So I'm afraid that I'll be accepted, but into a program I don't want.

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Nursefor2011,

I think it would be to your benefit to finish the program in three years. Nursing school is unbelievably demanding. It would be an unnecessary struggle to try to complete the program in three years.

Bp2244,

I believe it was the minimum requirement. I'm under the impression that is based on the combined scores. I imagine they also rejected incomplete folders. Don't quote me ;).

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Nurse2011,

I meant to type it would be an unnecessary struggle to try to complete the program in 2 years.

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nurse2011, i think it is best if you go into the 3 year program if you haven't taken liberal and science courses yet. You still need to take some of them first before taking the nursing classes as they are prerequisites and co-requisites to the class.

For example, Nursing 102 needs you to have finished Anatomy 1 and Developmental Psychology plus its co-requisites are Anatomy 2 and Nutrition. You really do not want that workload plus clinicals all in just one semester. I'm not saying its not possible but just something to think about. I bet you can handle it though with that kind of nln score :)

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Honeycutts - what program are you applying for again?

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bp2244,

I'm applying for any program I would be so lucky to be accepted in :smokin:.

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