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    Walden FNP Review

    I was looking into online schools. I just wanted others who are researching - Walden University's nursing program is currently under governmental investigation as of November 9, 2020. Please do your research. You can Google - Governmental Investigation Walden University to see the status. https://www.hlcommission.org/download/_PublicDisclosureNotices/Public Disclosure Notice - Walden University 11.9.20.pdf
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    Two job offers

    If you are a new grad, try to get hospital experience. That will help you move laterally in the field later in life. People want to see the clinical experience. AS a new grad - focus on one job. I would not try to juggle two jobs. Once your comfortable with your job, then venture out. I wouldn't stress myself out. Good Luck!
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    Statistics book refresher?

    I haven't taken stats in many years and will start the FNP program in the Spring. I wanted to freshen up on stats but don't want to pay for a course. I just want a good and simple refresher. I hear the statistics test during research is challenging. Any suggestions of books that have samples and has a workbook portion that others found valuable for nursing grad school?
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    UTA FNP 2016

    I applied to the FNP program at UTA for April 2016. They stated they would not give acceptance letters until 4-6 weeks out. I'm thinking about taking NURS 5327 (Theories) in January but I have a big trip in March and didn't want to dive in until April. I'm all in for a study group - especially for patho and pharm. Study groups helped me survive with increasing my knowledge and camaraderie throughout nursing school. If were both in, lets get one going!!
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    Can Californians apply to UTA FNP?

    As of September 2015, you still have to be a Texas resident. I live in Virginia but my husband is in the military (from Texas) and I was able to apply for the FNP program. Just wanted to comment incase other military nurses from Texas (but not stationed there) wanted to know.