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CT-CCNP 2017

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ThatChickOmi has 0 years experience as a ADN, RN and specializes in Med/Surg.

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For what school? I have an associates degree and took a lot of classes toward my bachelors? I'm also going on o NVCC the same place I got my associates and maxed out my hours.

Norwalk

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ThatChickOmi has 0 years experience as a ADN, RN and specializes in Med/Surg.

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I had the appeal letter all typed out and the appeal form filled out and he dismissed it. He didn't even want to look at it. He said "Not to push you away but if you were to go to another school you'd be all set, it would reset."

I was like "well it's too late now I'm already accepted in this school and I'm already registered for fall" and he basically shrugged his shoulders and went "Oh well. I'm sorry."

I was very surprised.

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me too, that two step ppd is such a pain in the butt

Wait it's a two step?!?

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Yes it is we have to get it done twice :(

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Hey, I have seen people saying there was a June 1 deadline for documents, but I am only seeing that date as a dealine for registering for classes..Am i missing something?

I'm seeing this on my NCC bannerweb (docs for accepted students):

Information regarding the registration process for nursing courses will be communicated via your

College email. Your deadline for registering is June 1, 2017.

Students are required to provide documentation of current Professional Level certification in

CPR for adult, child, infant and AED by July 1, 2017. (Heart Saver is Not Acceptable)

Certification can only be earned through the American Heart Association or the American Red

Cross and must remain current throughout the program. More information about course

offerings is included in these documents.

All of our clinical partners have specific health requirements that you must comply with in order

to attend clinical. Information about the requirements and the forms you will use are enclosed

with these documents. All Health Assessment Forms must be completed by your Healthcare

Provider and uploaded to Castle Branch by July 1, 2017.

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Me! Scrambling to get everything done by June 1

Besides proving your AP2 grade (transcripts) and registering for classes, what needs to be done by this date? I keep seeing July 1st as the deadline!

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ThatChickOmi has 0 years experience as a ADN, RN and specializes in Med/Surg.

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I think the only task that needs to be done by June 1st is registration for courses. At least that what it says in the NCC booklet.

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Besides proving your AP2 grade (transcripts) and registering for classes, what needs to be done by this date? I keep seeing July 1st as the deadline!

For Naugatuck Valley we have orientation on Wednesday and all our documents are due by June 1. It varies for each school.

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Yes it is we have to get it done twice :(

Where does it say that? On castle branch it just says one step and there was only space for one on the physical exam paperwork

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Where does it say that? On castle branch it just says one step and there was only space for one on the physical exam paperwork

Under ppd in castle branch for NVCC it says it's a two step they even denied by paper work saying I have to submit the second one. Definitely a two step.

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Wait it's a two step?!?

Yes so you have to go get it, have it read and then 1-3 weeks later get it again and have it read again. Castle Branch has the document you need to get filled out under the tuberculosis/ppd section.

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