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Johns Hopkins BSN - DNP Fall 2018

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Is anybody applying to the DNP program at Johns Hopkins University for the Fall 2018 term? Has anybody heard anything? or how difficult is it to get in the program? average GPA?

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Yes I am! I have heard it is a competitive program so fingers crossed...

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I heard so too! I am hoping for the best. I am considering applying to other schools but I am not sure. Hopkins has the program and certificate that I want.

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Same here! Which DNP program are you applying to?

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I was considering Duke and Columbia. Do you know when they will call us for an interview?

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I have no idea. My application wasn't verified by NursingCas until 11/02/17 because one of my letters of rec didn't submit hers until 10/31. I spoke with the school and they confirmed they received it and it will be reviewed in the order it was received, but I guess I may not hear anything until later than everyone else.

Waiting is the worse part! I am applying to Columbia as well. What specialty did you apply for? I'm going for the AG Primary Care DNP for both.

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For Columbia I am a bit worried cause of their video response...I never done one before. I am also applying for the FNP program. I still have not heard anything yet from Hopkins but someone told me that by the first week of the December and now they are saying late Decemeber. The anxiety is killing me :(

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I just got an interview request from Johns Hopkins! So excited and nervous at the same time! Hang in there! It might take longer for them to review the applications for the FNP program as I believe it is the more popular tract.

Yes there is a video response for Columbia which I believe they give you the question in advance as well as a timed response portion which you are given a random question and then have 10 minutes to answer. I haven't done either yet...

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Congrats!!!! When is it??? Were you notified today?

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Thank you! Yes, I received an email notification today and scheduled it for this upcoming week. So soon...so nerve-wrecking! Hopefully you hear something soon!

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Congrats!!! And good luck :) let me know how he interview goes. My application was verified later than yours so maybe that's why. If they are looking at applicants by verification date.

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TeachEm has 1 years experience as a MSN, RN.

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I just got an interview request from Johns Hopkins! So excited and nervous at the same time! Hang in there! It might take longer for them to review the applications for the FNP program as I believe it is the more popular tract.

Yes there is a video response for Columbia which I believe they give you the question in advance as well as a timed response portion which you are given a random question and then have 10 minutes to answer. I haven't done either yet...

Congrats on the interview, I'm sure you are very deserving of the opportunity. Did you apply to the MSN/DNP Program or did you apply for the BSN portion? This is just so we know, so I don't anxiously refresh my email. Ahaha.

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