Kennesaw Spring 2013 applicants - page 19

It seems way early to be posting this, but the application deadline actually isn't too far away. Is anyone else applying to KSU for spring 2013 admission? I've requested to be considered for the... Read More

  1. by   trixjones
    I wore a suit and was very comfortable with my jacket on. I get cold very easily though. I was in the interview for a full 1/2 hr and the temp was fine. Definitely wear your blazer and look as professional as possible. You'll do great!
  2. by   kcozonac
    I'd planned on wearing a skirt, but there was horrible rain Tuesday morning and I had to hike across campus from chemistry. I ended up wearing high-heeled boots, wool slacks and a cap-sleeve shirt, and was very comfortable. I have to say, having comfortable clothes on made it easier for me to relax during the interview.
  3. by   Pleigh33
    I had a short sleeve blouse and was comfortable. At my mock interview there said that business casual was fine he said some people choose to wear "power suits" but it is definitely not necessary he said the most important thing is that you are comfortable. If you are worried you will be too warm you probably will be. I think the button up on its own is sufficient. You could always call career services and ask for their input as well.
  4. by   jlola8
    Pleigh-- I feel the same way. I'm sure that as long as you put your all into it, things will work out the way it's supposed to. Now we just have to wait 4-6 weeks...
  5. by   amytaylor87
    Thanks for your help everyone!! I was actually a little chilly which was good because it helped with the nervousness, the two ladies were really nice and I feel pretty good about it. They said they normally accept around 90 people for the traditional program, and I think she said about 50 for the accelerated program for the spring semester. I didn't realize it was that many people they accepted in the spring. Good luck everyone, I'm so glad that part is over!! I'm hoping for just at two weeks
  6. by   crjohnson10210
    Yes, I am in the accelerated program. Y'all will be fine! I didn't feel like my interview was that great and I got in, so no worries! Also- someone got accepted into the program the day before orientation so don't give up if you don't get in at first!
  7. by   nutrizun
    Finally done with my interview, feel pretty good about it. Just one question I realized afterwards I didn't answer as best as I could have. One of my interviewers said that it would take 6 weeks to get my letter but my friends who just started this semester said they got theirs in 2 weeks so here's hoping for 2 weeks! Good luck to everyone!
  8. by   triciah2005
    Glad things went well. 6 weeks? Really?!? The freaking letter they sent telling us we got interviews says 3 to 4 weeks! 6 weeks would be cruel and unusual punishment! I wonder when registration for classes for spring begins anyway...we'd have to know by then!
  9. by   racquel30
    I knew someone who was accepted for fall and they got their letter after registration had began. I guess it really doesn't matter since those accepted will be the only ones taking nursing classes and they will be guaranteed a seat. Regardless, it would still be nice to know before registration
  10. by   Contenta
    I'm hoping they are saying 3-4 weeks because they know people will begin calling at about the 2.5 week mark to ask if letters have been sent. This way they get a solid two weeks to make their decisions and get the letters together before the hounding begins
  11. by   wisdomhunter
    They told me 4 weeks. It's weird how they keep telling different people different things. But I think that Contenda is right - they are giving a longer time so that people don't start bugging them too early. Good job, all of you, on having great interviews! And now we wait...
    Anybody else looking to do their CPR training in the meantime? I heard that there are people who can do it locally and come to where you are. It would be great if some of us that need it could get together to get it done before finals are upon us.
  12. by   Contenta
    Wisdomhunter I'm interested in the CPR class, so if you hear of one please pass it on. They told me in the interview to be sure it is AHA for health professionals.
  13. by   alwaystheoptimist
    I'd like to know about the CPR class as well.

    By the way, hi everyone! I've been tracking this thread for a while and have gotten some great info from all of you! I interviewed as well for ksu. I am bls certified but I'm not sure if its through aha, so if I do have to re do my certification, I'd like to get it done early.

    It's only been a day since my interview, but I want to speed up the clock. This waiting thing is for the birds! Haha!