Published May 22, 2003
We are supposed to start hearing something about school after next Friday. But this seems to be taking forever! Our school goes by points and I can't even find out what the minimum amount of points will be for this fall. I just wish I could find out either way! Waiting really sucks!
waiting waiting waitint... End of may is a very vague time estimate when you're counting the days to plan your future huh. I think i'll go check my mail right now.
I'm also still waiting-but hopefully will know something soon. Good luck to you!
RNIAM, BSN, RN
Good luck to all that a waiting. I remember sitting by my mail box this time last year, well actually it was a little later than may. I don't think I knew until the beginning of August. I want to wish you all the best and please let us know when you find out.
teeituptom, BSN, RN
Yes it does
cna on her way
Well one of my schools that I applied to sends out letters the end of May-First of June, the other doesn't send them out until mid July because the program starts in January. So I am keeping my fingers crossed and just waiting to see. Its hard when you feel that you have a good chance just maybe not good enough so you really can't be sure.
I recieved my letter on May 20. The two weeks prior to this I harassed the nursing department and gave up hope when the nursing dean told me that there was about 200 people in the same boat as me. I cried and got info on two other schools in my area. Made myself sick. As I was filling out applications for other schools in my area completely disgusted that I have done 2 years of pre-reqs at this school (I work full time and had to take many math courses) that this was the best answer I could get and that day I recieved my acceptance letter. So whatever you do, don't give up hope and think positive.
Wellll....I'm dealing....I won't know anything until around June 15th.... and yes, it's driving me crazy!!!! ahhhhhh.....lol. All we can do is wait.....
For those of you who have applied and are waiting to get their letters, I wish all the best of luck. As for me I am going to get my chance soon and hope that when I apply I will get accepted. I have waited for this opportunity for 8 years and now finally have that opportunity, for those of you who have gotten accepted contratualations and I envy you. I would like to know though what did you all have to go through for the application process. Signed //Clueless in Afghanistan//
It really depends on the school as to what you do for application. Some require that you do a NET exam, some that you do an interview. My schools both required certain scores on your placement tests and certain prerequisite classes be done before you could apply. Then I had to go by points for general tech courses that I had taken for one school and the other goes on your GPA and on the placement test scores. I wish you luck. I was not accepted (yet) for my first choice school. Instead I was told that I would be put in a hold group and if someone drops out or doesn't respond to the letter in the 2 week time frame, I may get in. I was 4 points shy of the cutoff. The other school doesn't send out letters until mid July. So who knows. I have been waiting for this for a long time myself and I love working in the burn unit as a cna so if I have to wait another year, I will. Its just hard waiting sometimes.
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