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  1. Jordanmedical

    DNP without a BSN?

    No requirements that I know of but I've decided to do my BSN because most hospitals in the area want you to be at least working on it right after or finish it in a specific time of hiring. I feel like I can knock it out within a year (some in my program are concurrent so getting their BSN at the same time as our ASN program and they say the BSN portion isn't that difficult but just a lot of busy work) then I can get experience at the same time.
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    DNP without a BSN?

    I’m torn and am looking for advice from those who have been in my situation. I’m getting my ASN and am torn over whether to go for my BSN right after or take a couple pre req classes and go straight for my DNP at UCF as I have a bachelors in psych from there? If I go into DNP I’ll have about 9 months experience as an RN before the program starts if I get in on my first try I'm going to a meeting with and advisor later this week to find out more about the program.
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    Seminole State College/UCF Concurrent Program Fall2019

    Bootcamp is a full day. Like 8am til 4 if I remember correctly
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    Seminole State College/UCF Concurrent Program Fall2019

    Some of us have clinicals Thursday
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    Seminole State College/UCF Concurrent Program Fall2019

    Yeah live on your email, I went on a small vacay to visit family and still was able to do things like Tb test and getting shot records and uploading forms.
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    Seminole State College/UCF Concurrent Program Fall2019

    Week 3 and it never stops lol The cohort is split in two for HA and skills but all together for FON. Including clinicals, it’s 5 days a week between class lab and testing.
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    Seminole State College/UCF Concurrent Program Fall2019

    Boot camp is for everyone as is orientation and they’re both mandatory. Only diff is concurrent students have a longer orientation due to UCF coming with info.
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    Seminole State College/UCF Concurrent Program Fall2019

    Boot camp is a fun intro to what to expect for the program. Then orientation is what to expect from the college. Trust me your acceptance letter will give you dates and times of everything plus a million other things you have to pay for and do once you get accepted. Plan to shell out close to 3k before classes start and that doesn’t include tuition lol
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    Seminole State College/UCF Concurrent Program Fall2019

    Hi future nurses, I was just in your shoes in January before the long wait. I just started last week and because it’s summer there’s no time wasted. Good luck to you all and don’t forget to creat a FB group. It helps pass the wait to do it together lol
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    UCF/Seminole State Concurrent Program Summer 2019

    beyond anxious
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    UCF/Seminole State Concurrent Program Summer 2019

    1 more week
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    Florida New Grad pay rate

    I'm wondering the same about the hospitals in the Orlando area?
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    UCF/Seminole State Concurrent Program Summer 2019

    They take 100 every term so that's 300 in the year. I wish they took more and 85 are concurrent seats.
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    UCF/Seminole State Concurrent Program Summer 2019

    I can't answer your Valencia Q but I was told they have 15 seats for traditional but only 14 due to someone having to repeat. Seems like the traditional is harder to get into than the concurrent due to the seats.
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    UCF/Seminole State Concurrent Program Summer 2019

    Now that we are in the waiting period, anyone else wanna share their stats?
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    Retaking a&P and micro

    So I need to retake A&P and micro to get into the nursing program. I got a B in Anatomy and a C in Physiology and a C in Microbiology. This was almost 10 years ago and I'm in my early 30s now with 2 kids and a husband. If I retake and get A's in all 3 plus do well in my TEAS (which I'm studying for now) then I'll more than likely get into the ASN program at my local state college. My biggest concern is taking Micro and A&P 1 together as my last school separated Anatomy from Physiology? My prerequisite GPA is 2.94 and retaking these 3 and getting As will bring me up to a 3.5 which is category 1 in the application process. Can I manage As with taking A&P and micro since I have taken them before?
  17. I'm retaking some classes and reapplying. Can I ask what everyone's pre req gpa was that got in?
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    Retaking a&P and micro

    I am working 4 days a week 10 hour days
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