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They will contact you by email, when they are good and ready. It is random, so it could be today, tomorrow or whenever they want you to test.
@taniz24, I've already completed my drug screening for another school so I will attempt to shed some light for you. They will email you back a random date for your drug test, some people received appointments for the next day, and I personally received an email the day of my scheduled test. They should give you 2 different locations that you can go to and you just pick whatever one is closest to you. I'm not sure you are allowed to change your appointment time; it is a "random" test. I haven't done the test for UHV, but I would imagine it is the same as the school I tested for. Hope this helps.
I received mine earlier as well, now I have a decision to make. And yes, I was in the black group.
Yep, just received it.
Done, thanks a bunch!
Tebow, I sent you a pm, I think, and would like to ask you some questions.
I access mine using Internet Explorer.
No problem. I know what you mean about the waiting; I've also accepted my admission into TWU. I am also hoping to get into UHV, but that means I will have a major decision to make if that happens. So many factors to consider...program reputation, NCLEX pass rates...etc, etc.
Mine says the same thing. I believe they should all say this until they decide if we are going to be admitted to the program.
I'm going through a place called therapeutic solutions. My class is on Monday night and it's $45.
So I have many friends who have finished the TWU nursing program already and are currently working at hospitals now; they have nothing but positive things to say about their nursing program. Personally, I love the school, but I'm a bit biased since that's where my first degree is from.
I can finally access my UHV email account, I can't access anything else though.
I had the same question; I sent an email and will hopefully hear back on the matter tomorrow.
Ok, makes sense. Thanks guys!
This may be another silly question but @fizzylime, did you see an option in applytexas to apply as a post-bac student?
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