I don't think there's a waiting list. You aren't automatically accepted. The applicants are ranked by a score that is based on GPA, assessment test, and prereq's completed and the top applicants receive an acceptance letter.
No idea. I don't even know what the topic of this semester will be. I'm assuming OB, Cardiac, Neuro, Respiratory are all finished, since JD compared the syllabus of my previous program to this one and it was a match.
are clinicals typically on Monday? or is Monday an off day?
Thanks for the tip on asking for the drug list! I'll be sure to do that. Have all of the skills already been learned at this point (iv, cath, trach care, etc...) or is there still more to learn throughout the program?
I will add it to my contacts. :)
I have to go tomorrow to get a MS Driver License so that when I register for classes I will be considered an "in-state" student for tuition purposes. Then I have to go and fill out the application to the nursing program. All of that is just a formality, since I've already been granted entry by the VP of Nursing & Allied Health.
What is the typical schedule like? Classes M-F? Are clinicals at Memorial?