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  1. studentnurse19

    Emailing Nurse Recruiters

    Hello! I am currently in the last semester of my BSN program and planning to graduate in December 2019. I applied for a position a couple of weeks ago at the hospital where I would love to work on the exact day the application was posted online. The job posting has since been removed from the hospital website. However, on the job portal page where I am able to track the status of my application, the job status still shows "active, still taking applications" and the submission status shows "under consideration." My question is...is it frowned upon to send an email to the nurse recruiter and further inquire about the job? The job posting was only online for a few days before it was removed. Even though the job portal still says the job status is active, I am unsure about if this is accurate or not since the posting is no longer available. Thanks in advance!
  2. studentnurse19

    Emailing Nurse Recruiters

    Hello! I am currently in the last semester of my BSN program and planning to graduate in December 2019. I applied for a position a couple of weeks ago at the hospital where I would love to work on the exact day the application was posted online. The job posting has since been removed from the hospital website. However, on the job portal page where I am able to track the status of my application, the job status still shows "active, still taking applications" and the submission status shows "under consideration." My question is...is it frowned upon to send an email to the nurse recruiter and further inquire about the job? The job posting was only online for a few days before it was removed. Even though the job portal still says the job status is active, I am unsure about if this is accurate or not since the posting is no longer available. Thanks in advance!
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    HESI Pocket Prep App

    I would definitely say to review the basics of all of the body systems, especially nervous & cardiovascular systems. I remember specific questions regarding bone structure/functions, arteries (subclavian, carotid, etc.), spinal cord attachment, anaerobic respiration, & skin color contributing factors. I would study special senses as well such as vision, hearing, etc. In addition to the Pocket Prep app, I watched Crash Course A&P Videos (VERY helpful) and viewed powerpoints from the Biology Corner link below and took notes! Anatomy & Physiology The Ultimate Guide to Scoring High on the HESI A2 Anatomy and Physiology Section | Pocket Prep HESI A2: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY Flashcards | Quizlet Free Nursing Flashcards about HESI-A2 ANATOMY
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    HESI Pocket Prep App

    I passed! :) Thanks for your help! There was a lot of information on the nervous system and bone basics on the test!
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    HESI Pocket Prep App

    Hello everyone! The school that I am applying for requires a minimum score of 75 on the Biology, Vocabulary, Reading, Math, and A&P Sections of the HESI A2. I took the exam in May and did very well on all sections except A&P, where I did not achieve the score that I needed. I was overconfident about the A&P section going in to take the HESI and did not properly review like I needed to for that section. I am scheduled to retake the HESI exam on Monday. I took A&P II over the summer so I have been reviewing my notes and using other resources to prepare for the A&P Section. I have been using the Pocket Prep App for a few months now and I am doing well on the A&P Practice Questions. For those who have passed the A&P section on the HESI and used the Pocket Prep App (The white and purple iPhone app)--how similar would you say the questions are in comparison to the actual HESI? From your experience, was the Pocket Prep questions any easier, more difficult, or about the same? Were the questions asked in the same format? Any information would be very helpful just so I know what to expect going in to take the exam! Thanks for your help!!
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    WIC Floor of Hospital

    Hey everyone! I am currently a pre-nursing major (I will finish my last prerequisites to apply for the program in the Fall (). I want to get my foot in the door at a hospital as a CNA/Unit Secretary before beginning the nursing program. As I searched for jobs, I noticed that there was a Unit Secretary position open at my local hospital on the WIC floor. Does anyone know what this floor stands for/entails? Thanks so much for your help! :)
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