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  1. Interesting... I never received one. On OCAS it says my transcripts were received by centennial. Do you know who I should contact about this?
  2. Hi there! I was in contact with someone a few months ago named Doug. And someone band Carrie contacted me today and said to email Doug the proof of CNO registration and to also upload it to OCAS. I find all schools no matter what place it is you can’t get a straight answer from one person. Very annoying. if you don’t mind me asking what was your GPA? Maybe try switching your application to January 2022 or may 2022 if you are interested in the flex or hybrid options. A few admissions officers told me the applicant pool was smaller for those cohorts so there is a more likely chance of getting in. You can switch it for no extra charge on the OCAS portal
  3. Hi there, I’ve applied to the Centennial hybrid and flex programs for January and May 2022 about a week and a half ago. My cumulative GPA is a 3.86. I’m currently in my last semester at George Brown and am on track to get a 4.0 this semester so I’m hoping it will bump my cumulative GPA up to a 3.9. Is this competitive enough? I don’t know how competitive it needs to be.
  4. Thank you so much for the advice !! This makes so much sense to me. In my Kinesiology labs where we would run tests on clients and things like that our profs always told that if you don’t know something, or if you can’t do a calculation off the top of you head, take a second, and look it up or do it properly. It’s always better safe than sorry. I will definitely take this with me !! Thank you 😊
  5. This is so insane!! I am about to start Nursing school in May and I was just curious for those nurses out there working in the field.. how do things like this happen? I’m not judging or being condescending or anything like that.. I’m just genuinely curious. Is it high patient to nurse ratios? Improper training? It’s scary knowing that one mistake on your part can cost a person their life. How can mistakes like these be avoided? Asking to tuck in my learning binder for when I eventually enter the field 😊