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Just to clarify, not everyone quit their job in first semester, I know 6 students not including myself that were able to manage work & school. I’m going to 2nd this Spring....Now I’m not saying it was easy, it’s exhausting but it’s doable. I would take every comment on here w/a grain of salt. You guys got in for a reason....remember that when you’re unsure doubting yourself. It’s easy to get in a negative mindset or increase your own anxiety when you’re stressed or overwhelmed w/this program....

but yeah do-able ya’ll. Definitely dropping my work hrs for 2nd tho.

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On 4/16/2019 at 3:02 PM, Nurse2Bee123 said:

I got an email yesterday for an interview.  I have been accepted into another program and am unsure if I should do the interview anyway?  It's a tough decision.

Congratulations! So how was the interview? I plan on applying this month. Thanks 

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On 4/16/2019 at 6:09 PM, duachangesthings said:

Do not give up! You have options. You could go to different school and retake your science pre-reqs to improve science gpa. You could also get your CNA and get some work experience to add to your application or volunteer with Cope Scholars or UCLA volunteer program and get volunteer hours in hospital setting. You could apply to LVN and bridge to RN program. For example, at Pasadena City College if you complete their LVN you can go straight into their RN program and are guaranteed admission,  if you complete all the requirements for RN application and did well in the LVN program. Also, work on completing as many GE requirements needed for your  BSN at the community college level. This will improve your overall gpa and look really good on your application for RN program and likewise help you when you go for your BSN in the future. There are always options, so no matter what keep the faith and keep striving towards making your goals a reality! 

I agree! Cope health Scholars is amazing 

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On 4/18/2019 at 7:59 PM, duachangesthings said:

As far as the "interview" I do not think its the typical interview we are expecting. I know that at another nursing school they called this activity an interview but in actuality it was a group activity/exercise where a problem/scenario is given to the entire group and they must work together to solve the problem. The faculty stands around and takes notes of how each person interacts with one another. For example, who takes the lead, who is more quiet and follows, how do each person communicate, etc. The written portion I am assuming will be the questionnaire they gave out to pass participants that consist of questions like why do u want to be a nurse, how do u manage your time, can u handle demands of program etc. Because it is only one hour it cannot be a typical interview. As far as clothes, I am going to call and ask tomorrow because if its this type of setting I want to wear scrubs. I do not "really" know if it will be like this, so do not get mad at me if its totally different, lol. 

So was it like this lol 

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On 5/15/2019 at 3:09 PM, Overcast said:

I just got an email as well...accepted!  I had 83/84 points prior to interview. Good luck to everyone!

Hi, congratulations on your acceptance! Can you please explain how the interview was designed? 

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On 5/20/2019 at 6:21 AM, BTE3 said:

I think they interviewed everyone which is a bit cruel. It gave a lot of people false hope. I had 81 points & I was accepted. 

Hello!  I was wondering how the interview process went?  Was it a group activity involved?  And what sort of written questions were asked?  I have mine in a couple weeks for the Summer 2020 entry.  Anything will help!  Thank you!

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Hello!  Can anyone please provide information regarding the interview process and on what to wear?  Was the interview like a group activity?  And what type of written questions were involved?  I have mine in two weeks for the afternoon session.  I applied for the LVN-RN bridge for Summer 2020.  Any information will be greatly appreciated! 

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11 hours ago, pandaeyes said:

Hello!  Can anyone please provide information regarding the interview process and on what to wear?  Was the interview like a group activity?  And what type of written questions were involved?  I have mine in two weeks for the afternoon session.  I applied for the LVN-RN bridge for Summer 2020.  Any information will be greatly appreciated! 

I was told from a friend who applied to the generic RN program:

Two videos and then the writing part. They will provide topics/questions. Then a group activity. 

I also applied to the LVN to RN program for summer 2020 and will be part of the morning interview. I’m planning to wear business attire with flats. 

For those who applied for the LVN to RN program for summer 2020, how many points did everyone have before the interview?

 

 

 

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