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Keiser University Acceptance

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Hi everyone,

I am taking my last semester of classes at Keiser in the Miami campus this fall.

I am also taking my teas exam in about 3 weeks. They advised me to schedule the interview with the dean as soon as I pass, even though I am missing 4 pre reqs to be accepted. I am very nervous about the interview since Ive changed my major 3x already and my grades went from C's in 2009/2010 (took a college break to get my life in order decided to change my major to nursing) to A's & B's. in 2012-2014. I have a 3.0 gpa which is the minimum to apply for, I know with my last 4 classes, I can raise it.

So basically I need to get high teas scores to show I am determined to get through the program. I need to make sure I don't screw up the interview and I'll be practicing questions that may get asked, I need to make sure to ask really great questions to the program adviser.

Has anyone been in my shoes? Has anyone been interviewed for Keiser Nursing...or going to KU Miami for the program that has insight? Keiser is expensive, but I love how they focus on one class at a time and the cost doesn't bother me at all if I know I will become a nurse at the end of everything. Has anyone graduated form Keiser and found work?

Please let me know.

ResearchRN25, ASN, RN

Specializes in Critical Care/Research. Has 4 years experience.

How did the TEAS go? Did you get in?

ResearchRN25, ASN, RN

Specializes in Critical Care/Research. Has 4 years experience.

I got into the Orlando campus. I start in Jan

I was going to transfer to orlando campus so i can start in jan but I heard it was full now.

ResearchRN25, ASN, RN

Specializes in Critical Care/Research. Has 4 years experience.

Yea they are full. You should check if the alternate seats are filled. I think there are 3 per semester.

Yea they are full. You should check if the alternate seats are filled. I think there are 3 per semester.

I start in May at Melbourne campus so I'm just wait they say while I wait I can do some classes towards my bsn so that's what Ima do. So I'm going to be a semester behind you so you going to have to keep me updated lol

ResearchRN25, ASN, RN

Specializes in Critical Care/Research. Has 4 years experience.

I def will !!! And Melbourne isn't too far either.

good news I got bumped up to start in january so excited!!!!!

ResearchRN25, ASN, RN

Specializes in Critical Care/Research. Has 4 years experience.

CONGRATS GIRL!! When is your orientation?

She said nursing boot camp is next week so I'm gong to assume that's the orientation lol