I'm in!

  1. At University of New England. It is such a relief to know I'm accepted somewhere! I'm flying to WA tomorrow (from New England) to interview at Gonzaga, too. All that waiting, and then all of a sudden it's all happening at once!

    Thanks so uch to those who supported me through this process!
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    About apaisRN

    Joined: Aug '04; Posts: 670; Likes: 41


  3. by   Doug85
  4. by   lifeLONGstudent
    yeeeeeee haaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

    I am glad for you! Congrats
    Last edit by lifeLONGstudent on Jan 21, '05 : Reason: computer malfunction before I was done
  5. by   Kiwi
    You did it Apais! I remember when you had some concern over your admission status - it must be a wonderful feeling to know that you will be an SRNA! Congrats and please keep us informed along the way!!!!!

    :hatparty: :hatparty: :hatparty:

  6. by   jewelcutt
    I am so happy for you!! I know you thought you wouldn't get in but your stats are excellent, so I knew you would. Now you're going to look back on everything and wonder what you ever worried for. Good luck.
  7. by   TennRN2004
    All your hard work paid off! Congratulations to you. :hatparty: :hatparty:
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  10. by   Harmony213
    Congratulations! I'm happy for you!
  11. by   akanarn
  12. by   WestCoastRN
    Congratulations! I knew you had no problem being accepted by a school. You have all the elements needed: experience, GPA and GRE scores. Midwestern Univ is a statistical outlier as the program is too new so the application processing hasn't streamlined. Samuel Merritt values GRE heavily, so you should be a favorite there too. Pretty soon you begin to worry what school to go.
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