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Georgetown U FNP September 2020 Acceptance

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Specializes in FNP Student. Has 3 years experience.

Hey, I found out I got accepted into the MSN FNP program at Georgetown! I am so elated and feel like I’m living a dream. Who else got in?

I wanted to know what the first term is like? Also how clinical placements team work with you to place you?

Looking forward to hearing from you all,

Sarah

Jackie4033, BSN, RN

Has 4 years experience.

Congratulations and welcome!!

I am currently in the WHNP/CNM Program so it's a little bit different.

So far I'm liking it, I am only in my 2nd semester. The first term was pretty tough for me. I took patho and ethics, but I also work full time so it was difficult to juggle.

I think if you are on the FNP track your classes will be a little different but patho will most likely be one of them. I haven't started clinical as yet so not sure how to advise you there. Definitely recommend the e-book for the patho course and joining a study group. I feel so far it has been totally worth it! The professors are great and will get to a point where you actually understand the material.

On 7/28/2020 at 4:55 AM, schicharro said:

Hey, I found out I got accepted into the MSN FNP program at Georgetown! I am so elated and feel like I’m living a dream. Who else got in?

I wanted to know what the first term is like? Also how clinical placements team work with you to place you?

Looking forward to hearing from you all,

Sarah

I know this is older but congrats! How long did it take to receive word post interview?

On 7/29/2020 at 6:41 PM, Jackie4033 said:

Congratulations and welcome!!

I am currently in the WHNP/CNM Program so it's a little bit different.

So far I'm liking it, I am only in my 2nd semester. The first term was pretty tough for me. I took patho and ethics, but I also work full time so it was difficult to juggle.

I think if you are on the FNP track your classes will be a little different but patho will most likely be one of them. I haven't started clinical as yet so not sure how to advise you there. Definitely recommend the e-book for the patho course and joining a study group. I feel so far it has been totally worth it! The professors are great and will get to a point where you actually understand the material.

How do you like the program so far? Do you have any information on the clinical intensives I've read about?