Published May 24, 2011
Anyone apply and hear anything? Anything at all?
I am also anxiously awaiting to hear ANYTHING from MSMC's ADN dept.
I keep checking my email and house mail, but still no word.
Keep me posted and good luck to you.
I spoke to someone in the nursing department and they said they said they do a round of interviews...but some people are accepted without an interview. I hope that is the case, I'm getting nervous because I expected the interview process to take place right about now since we should be receiving an acceptance/rejection letter by mid-June.
Have you heard anything about the interviews or when they expect to notify us about their decision?
I'm so glad you found this post- please keep me posted if you hear anything! :)
I've heard the same thing about their interview process. That not everyone gets interviewed to get accepted to the program. I've also read from other blogs that they are running really behind with the Review Process for both the ABSN and ADN program due to the high volume of applicants this year. YIKES!!!
I'm taking it as a good sign that my status still reads "Complete-In review process" on the Web Advisor. Although I'm planning on applying to several other ADN programs, MSMC is my first choice because of their accreditation and also because of their nights/weekend schedule for the program.
I'll definitely post if and when I hear anything. Hoping and praying that it will be sooner than later. :)
how are you guys doing? it's now june 11, pretty close to the middle of the month, did any of you hear anything yet?
btw, did anyone else have an interview? i had one last week of april, and it seemed like it went well.
Still waiting for news too.
I didn't/haven't gone through the interview process at all , so I think you probably have a better chance of getting accepted this fall term since you went through the interview process already in late April.
How did your interview go btw? What kind of questions did they ask?
I have been following other threads as well, and I think that you're pretty much in the running if you received an invite to be interviewed. But I'm sure you're still just as anxious to hear from them.
Keep us posted and good luck to you. :)
i have some friends who got accepted into the traditional bsn program for this fall. Im not sure if they use the same guidelines for the adn program, but apparently the people who were interviewed were the ones who are on their "waiting list" so to speak. the people who didn't need an interview were pretty much guaranteed a spot.
I barely cut the minimum GPA with what they're requiring. I know their requirements are already low, 2.7, but my gpa stands at a 2.9 =\.
For the interview, they just asked similar questions to what was on the initial application. Why I wanna be a nurse at this time. How do I maximize my studying; do I base it off lecture or reading etc. What have I done or have been doing to prepare myself to be successful at mount. there were 2-3 more questions but I kinda forgot them.
What other schools have you applied to? I don't mean to sound rude, but I heard some bad things about westcoast university. I guess im an idiot cause i didn't apply anywhere else. where else have you applied?
well, positive vibes for all of us waiting for that acceptance letter.
did they have you take the TEAS 4.0 exam by may 2 too? i didn't score to well on that
thank you for the info.
I was invited to take the TEAS in April and I didn't score so well on that one either.
I'm in the process of applying to a couple of CC's. Rio Hondo College in Whittier, Citrus College in Glendora, and I'm looking into Everest College in Ontario. I also heard bad reviews on Westcoast University. Trying to look into programs that will be somewhat flexible with their class schedules.
Well...needing some positive vibes indeed!!! :):)
well i guess we find out this week, hopefully by wednesday. do you by any chance know what they look at as competitive regarding that teas exam?
Hi all. Good luck to everyone. Also still waiting for good news. Does anyone know if LVN's have priority as far as acceptance?
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