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Seminole State College/UCF Concurrent Program Fall2019

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On 5/14/2019 at 11:11 PM, Jordanmedical said:

Hi future nurses, I was just in your shoes in January before the long wait. I just started last week and because it’s summer there’s no time wasted. Good luck to you all and don’t forget to creat a FB group. It helps pass the wait to do it together lol

How is your summer going? What is your schedule like? How did they split up the cohorts? Sorry for all the questions, just curious!!!! 

 

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Im confused as to why the information is not posted for people to plan for.. seems very odd.  How many days/hours is it? I have summer trips planned and didn’t realize there were so many things to be done well before the semester start dates. 

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Is this boot camp thing just for the concurrent program?

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15 minutes ago, Taylor-nursing said:

Is this boot camp thing just for the concurrent program?

Pretty sure it is, the whole concurrent program involves jumping through a lot of hoops, so it would make sense.

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2 hours ago, softwarezgirl said:

Im confused as to why the information is not posted for people to plan for.. seems very odd.  How many days/hours is it? I have summer trips planned and didn’t realize there were so many things to be done well before the semester start dates. 

Once you get accepted their a whole laundry list of things due and deadlines before the semester starts. I've been scouring this site for years so it's somewhat obvious to me and others.

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Boot camp is for everyone as is orientation and they’re both mandatory. Only diff is concurrent students have a longer orientation due to UCF coming with info. 

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6 hours ago, hzeid said:

How is your summer going? What is your schedule like? How did they split up the cohorts? Sorry for all the questions, just curious!!!! 

 

Week 3 and it never stops lol 

The cohort is split in two for HA and skills but all together for FON. 

Including clinicals, it’s 5 days a week between class lab and testing. 

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 So.. cancel all the vacation plans. Got it. Haha. 

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14 hours ago, softwarezgirl said:

 So.. cancel all the vacation plans. Got it. Haha. 

You can go on vacay, just gotta keep an eye on your email if you get in and go and come back long before the start date. You got plenty of time, just gotta read your emails.

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Yeah live on your email, I went on a small vacay to visit family and still was able to do things like Tb test and getting shot records and uploading forms. 

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On 5/15/2019 at 9:13 AM, softwarezgirl said:

For UCF's application system, how long does it take for the prereq's to be verified?  3/4 are green, but that one is still yellow. All my courses are reflected on my audit the way they should be, but I'm just curious how long it takes for it to show as "eligible".

Based on previous year's in terms of when their fall concurrent received their decisions, we should expect between 6/10 - 6/20 for acceptance letters. In the past people were reporting pre reqs in the UCF app showing yellow up to a week before the acceptance letters went out. So probably shouldn't worry about it. We're all still looking at another 3 to 4 weeks before acceptance letters go out, if they stick to their patterns from previous years.

I personally applied 1 year ago and didn't get everything in on time and a week after the deadline received an email from them inquiring about it and a denial email a month after the deadline. So if you weren't eligible you would be receiving an email from them about it right now.

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Hi everyone, 

Based on my stats what do you think are my chances of getting in?

Teas: 86

Cumulative GPA: 3.78 

Science GPA: 3.75

Non-science GPA: 4.0 

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