Thank you allerina! I definitely think it's smart to not put all of your eggs in one basket considering how quickly Florida Hospital seems to be filling a lot of their spots for GNs.
And blue1015, it sounds like you're doing a great job prepping! I'm sure you will pass with flying colors! Just try to stay calm while you're taking it and try to remember the Kaplan decision tree and their reasoning process, if you find it helpful. Good luck!! Halifax is in Daytona, it's their main hospital. Florida Hospital seems to be completely unprepared for how many applicants they have and I've realized how unorganized, and kind of unfair, their recruitment process is for GNs. I personally graduated top of my class and had great recommendations from professors and clinical instructors and besides my ED interview, I really didn't get to have a chance to interview in the areas I was interested in. I mean I will say that, after I first applied, I heard back from HR almost right away, but now it's been a while since I've heard anything at all. As you said, it's very unprofessional and frustrating to deal with. Have you applied to any other programs or hospitals? Honestly I think it might be wise, just considering how weird Florida Hospital is being with the recruitment for their GN program.