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Emory Spring 2021 InEmoryABSN

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Has anyone else applied to the InEmory program slated for Spring of 2021? I submitted my application last week and am super eager to hear back.

Hi, I also submitted a couple of days ago. Emory Duke and U of R are my top choices(:

Sun1

Specializes in N/A. Has 2 years experience.

Can you please share how long does it take after submission to receive any decision?

Thanks.

Apparently the decision release date is July 17.

Sun1

Specializes in N/A. Has 2 years experience.

Is there a number of weeks after submission one gets to hear the decision or is it a specific date for everyone? Thanks!

On 5/4/2020 at 5:05 PM, careerchanger said:

Apparently the decision release date is July 17.

When are they going to update the classes that you've taken into the system? Or did you do that manually?

From reading previous threads on Emory, apparently they manually change each course on your application when they are reviewing your application and the forms you have submitted. If you start to see them change, it's probably a good indicator that your app is being currently reviewed.

Hi all,

Just heard back from the admissions advisor that I will hear back on June 15... So I think it's sooner than the posted July date. Just wanted to give everyone a heads up!

I have applied, and all of my boxes are checked with the exception of my standardized test score and Chem. I waited too late to take the TEAS and I'm worried about the impact it may have on my acceptance. Has anyone else had this issue? Other schools that I have applied to have put an extension for test scores.

42 minutes ago, counselornurse said:

I have applied, and all of my boxes are checked with the exception of my standardized test score and Chem. I waited too late to take the TEAS and I'm worried about the impact it may have on my acceptance. Has anyone else had this issue? Other schools that I have applied to have put an extension for test scores.

Hey! I didn't take the TEAS and when I reached out to the admissions counselor, she said that for the interim, they are waiving scores due to COVID19. I would reach out to her and let her know. Mine is listed as "waived" in the checklist.

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Does anyone have more details about the 2-year work commitment after the program?

All I have heard is that it is on a med-surg unit. Which is pretty broad.

I am aware of other programs where you work for two years and they pay for your school loans. I don't see that for this program - so I am wondering why the commitment requirement? It appears to be in more critical need areas, which would be similar to nurse corps/health service corps/IHS. What is the advantage? Guaranteed work if you graduate?

Hi - has anyone heard back from Emory yet? I know that I was told the 15th, but she did say that it could be sooner. Just wanted to check in!

Today is apparently decision day! I am literally refreshing the page every 2 seconds. Sending positive vibes to all of you!

REALLY!! I thought it was next month! Just checked my email... nothing.