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NYU ASBN Fall 2020

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by queenslimmm queenslimmm (New) New

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Hi! I figured I start a thread (I know it's super early, but I can't be the only one that plans ahead!) for Fall 2020 admissions!

I started my application and hope to find someone else out there going through this process. I have a question though after reading other NYU ASBN threads:

Are we allowed to submit an application if we have some prerequisites courses in progress? I plan to take the remainder of my prereqs (nutrition, statistics, chem, and dev psych) during spring 2020 semester. 

I'm super nervous! I have by BS in Early Childhood Education - totally different spectrums. Goodluck to everyone! Hope to hear back from someone soon 🙂

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Hi. I’m in Hawaii, also preparing to apply.  Are you required to TEAS exam before applying to Nursing School in your state?

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On 9/22/2019 at 8:19 PM, yingyang said:

Hi. I’m in Hawaii, also preparing to apply.  Are you required to TEAS exam before applying to Nursing School in your state?

I think so! I would check their website for specific requirements 

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Hi, I'm applying too 🙂

For NYU, I don't think we need TEAS. Also, @queenslimmm you can apply while you're still working on pre-reqs. I'm reading their website and it says: 

Individuals who have not completed prerequisite courses can apply to enter NYU Meyers's BS program with advanced standing credit. The average length of full-time study for students that have not completed the prerequisite courses prior to matriculation is two years or five terms.

Applicants who do not plan to meet all prerequisite requirements before matriculating should apply as a non-accelerated student, but should still use the Second Degree Application. 

The Second Degree Transfer (Non-Accelerated) program allows students to complete remaining prerequisites prior to entering the four consecutive semesters of full-time study in nursing coursework and can begin in the fall (September) or spring (January) semester.

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FuturenurseJulius specializes in Student.

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hi! 

I just applied as a second degree non accelerated program student for Spring 2020. I wanted to know from you all what are my chances of getting accepted as a transfer?

I am asking because I dnt have the highest grades. I graduated from Cuny City Tech with a GPA of 2.95 with a Bachelor Degree of Technology for hospitality management. I am hoping my essay and recommendation can outweigh my gpa. How lenient is the admissions office for accepting transfer students like myself? Thanks!

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Hi @futurenursejuanny87

I'm applying for the accelerated program because all I need is chemistry, which I plan to finish this coming spring semester. I'm a little nervous because my cum GPA in my university is 2.65 (psychology major) as well as my pre-req GPA. I have a little volunteer experience at Stanford's children hospital. I'm hoping to get in by my letter of rec and my essay since I heard NYU looks at apps holistically.

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Hey everyone! Does anybody have an idea of when we should expect to hear back for Fall2020 ABSN?

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Good luck to everyone applying! I just started the process today and I have a few questions for anyone who might know the answers: 

  • Will the admissions office, if called or emailed, verify if a course meets the pre-requisite requirements? I'm unsure on my Nutrition course (Intro to Nutrition) and my Chemistry - which is Fundamentals of Chemistry. 
  • When manually entering your transcript - do they ONLY want you putting in your pre-reqs? And if I previously took the courses, but they're older than ten years, should I add the expired ones on top of my more recent courses?
  • When requesting Official Transcripts from my school, they had NYU listed as a school accepting digital transcripts directly (official) - are those okay or should I still try to get hard copies sent as well? 
  • For the letters of recommendation, can they be either through the common app OR just sent into the office on their own? Or do they only accept one of those options? 

Thanks to anyone who can help out with this. And good luck to everyone applying! I hope to see you there! 🙂

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