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FNPLoading... ASN, BSN, MSN

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    FCCJ/FSCJ Fall 2010 Hopefuls

    I am a second term nursing student, it took Spring term 2010 exactly 6 weeks to receive our letters, we got an email and reg mail of the acceptance letter! Good luck everyone!
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    First term really isn't that bad! You just need time management skills! I currently have straight As and I still have a social life! But then again I am used to taking 18 credits a semester so 12 credits aren't that bad to me... Go to class everyday and pay attention you will ace the tests!!!
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    Right now our option for 1st Term are Memorial, Baptist Dt and Baptist beaches thats it...For daytime all classes are at North Campus and night classes are at Deerwood
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    They give you a paper with all the sections listed with the teachers and hospital. You pick a number and you pick the section you like if its not full, If you go to north campus right outside of the nursing office there are the sheets with the section for each terms on it on the terms communication board....
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    Each sections have different teachers, you get to pick your section and you want to get the section with the good teachers, like the ones who make the test!
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    For those who didn't get in, don't feel discouraged try again! They take the most in the Fall semester! For those who are in, hopefully I get to meet some of you during your orientation. I didn't volunteer but I will be down by the auditorium to give advice on who to take for the first semester!! :)
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    There's nothing wrong with the fingerprinting webpage...that's the way it is set up once you see the links that says fccj you click on it and it will direct you to the actual page....
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    Orientation will be at 8:00 am! :) I will try to come down there when is time for you guys to draw numbers and pick classes, they give you a break and I will tell you who to take and who NOT to take lol
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    As long as you got an email you are fine! It does take about 7 days for titers but as long as you have something from the doctor stating that you have had them drawn you are fine....
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    FYI if you do not have any insurance go to the Northside Medical Clinic (where we get drug tested at) they do all of things required for the program... Another thing they do not send out emails and letter by ABC order they do it and rounds.... if you didn't hear anything this week then you will hear something after the people who accepted/declined their seats on Monday! I am so happy for you guys!!
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    Congrats to everyone who has been accepted! Welcome to the madness!!!
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    Anyone can enroll!!! You don't need any authorization....
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    Yes they have the dosage calc that we do for all terms on there!
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    No problem you guys!! I was in your same position a couple of months ago!! Trust me once you get your letter time is going to speed by!!! :)
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    FCCJ Summer 2010 hopefuls...

    I didnt go by the nursing office today, but I will take a peak tomorrow after class! The latest should be next week since that will be your 6 weeks! The two books needed are Dosage Calculations A Ratio-Proportion Approach Second Addition by Gloria D. Pikar and the other book would be Exploring Medical Language A Student-Directed Approach 7th edition by Myrna LaFleur Brooks! You guys can join the nursing tutor community on blackboard under North Campus communties there is a tab that says community you click on that, then go to North Campus then stroll down until you see Nursing Tutor and click enroll, this is where all of the self studies are and ppts on the dosage calc and med term along w/ practice pgs! Good luck everyone!
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