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Did anyone get an email thanking them for attending the nursing info session? I was reading past forums and saw something about that, but I never got anything. I believe I went to the one in July.

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No as long as you filled out the card during the session thats all they need.

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Lets help eachother get to know the pool of applicants so far this year. How have you guys been studying and how often? How many points do you guys have yet so far for your grades... Also what is your GPA?

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Hey, Glittershot! I guess I'll start since I found past threads of that info super helpful. I try and study everyday for a couple of hours at least. Doing practice questions and reading the red NLN book. I have As in both pre-reqs and labs so I guess I have 32 points so far, just nervous for the NLN. With transfer credits from my Bachelor degrees, my GPA is 3.66.

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Lets help eachother get to know the pool of applicants so far this year. How have you guys been studying and how often? How many points do you guys have yet so far for your grades... Also what is your GPA?
. Hi I have been studying from the red booklet and take practice tests as well for a couple hours a day and I have a totally of 23 points. And I have a 3.46 gpa.

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I study the nln book and i do the practice tests over and over and i also reread the tips and and anything else that i need more help with. I only have 9 points total because i have not taken micro yet but I'm going to keep on studying and pray i get in !! :yes:

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I study the red nln book as often as I can. I am struggling with physics and chemistry as I have never taken those courses... I have a total 32 points so far and a 4.0 GPA

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Wow thats good !! I feel like i have the lowest points im so nervous

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Well it all really boils down to the NLN so if you do really well you can do it

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tnbutterfly - Mary is a BSN, RN and specializes in Peds, Med-Surg, Disaster Nsg, Parish Nsg.

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Your thread has been moved to the Nursing Schools / Colleges forum where the other school specific discussions are. We hope you will receive additional responses in this new location.

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Hi everyone! New to this forum but I am applying for Spring 2017! I am taking my NLN on Sept 6th at 9am. My current GPA is 3.65 and I have 30 points. I have been using the red NLN book and the CD that comes with it to study. I am a little nervous since we will be the first applicants to take the new exam but I'm also grateful because we get calculators! LOL. Good luck to everyone and I would love to hear feedback after everyone has tested....I will post my feedback and my score as well.

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How are you all studying for the vocabulary part because im having adifficult time studying for that

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