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RavenclawNurse is a BSN, RN and specializes in Float Care Partner.

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3 minutes ago, RavenclawNurse said:

Just an update! The RN residency interview notifications should start being distributed somewhere from November 7th-17th  🙂 

Thanks so much for this update! : )

The review status of my application still just says submitted and hasn't changed- does anyone else's look the same as well?!

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23 minutes ago, apragma525 said:

Thanks so much for this update! : )

The review status of my application still just says submitted and hasn't changed- does anyone else's look the same as well?!

I applied the first day it opened and mine says just submitted still as well! 

28 minutes ago, RavenclawNurse said:

Just an update! The RN residency interview notifications should start being distributed somewhere from November 7th-17th  🙂 

Thank you for letting us know!! Can I ask where you found this information? 🙂

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RavenclawNurse is a BSN, RN and specializes in Float Care Partner.

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18 minutes ago, NikkiW1098 said:

I applied the first day it opened and mine says just submitted still as well! 

Thank you for letting us know!! Can I ask where you found this information? 🙂

Hi! I have read the date estimations on the new grad website. To double check I have asked the recruiter (I am an internal applicant) and she lead me back to those dates (4-6 weeks after submitting ). The last cohort was true to those dates (but didn't notify until the end of that estimated time frame). 

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6 minutes ago, RavenclawNurse said:

Hi! I have read the date estimations on the new grad website. To double check I have asked the recruiter (I am an internal hire) and she lead me back to those dates (4-6 weeks after submitting ). The last cohort was true to those dates (but didn't notify until the end of that estimated time frame). 

Thanks for the update so helpful!

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17 hours ago, NikkiW1098 said:

I applied the first day it opened and mine says just submitted still as well! 

Thank you for letting us know!! Can I ask where you found this information? 🙂

Thanks so much, this made me breathe a huuuge sigh of relief!

17 hours ago, RavenclawNurse said:

Hi! I have read the date estimations on the new grad website. To double check I have asked the recruiter (I am an internal applicant) and she lead me back to those dates (4-6 weeks after submitting ). The last cohort was true to those dates (but didn't notify until the end of that estimated time frame). 

And thank you for the update! Keeping my fingers crossed for everyone! 🙂

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Hi all!

Any update on interview offers yet? My status on the application continues to read "Submitted" 😐

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hey all! i'm an external applicant but CA resident and UCLA alumni. Do any of you guys know if they can conduct interviews via video chat?

mine says "submitted" as well!

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3 hours ago, Nurse Cristina said:

Hi all!

Any update on interview offers yet? My status on the application continues to read "Submitted" 😐

Nothing for me yet either, still just says submitted. 

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My app says "in review" still, but I have yet to receive anything regarding an interview invite.

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Sorry to barge in but I’ve been trying to find out if anyone has any info on the type of applicants UCLA prefers for this program? Do they favor people with clinical rotations in certain units? Trying to get info ahead of time to maximize my chances as the nursing school I may be attending doesn’t not have critical care rotations and I am hoping to get into UCLAs residency in either ER or ICU. any info is appreciated as I haven’t been able to get a hold of the program via phone or email. Thanks!! 

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3 hours ago, smohammadi said:

Sorry to barge in but I’ve been trying to find out if anyone has any info on the type of applicants UCLA prefers for this program? Do they favor people with clinical rotations in certain units? Trying to get info ahead of time to maximize my chances as the nursing school I may be attending doesn’t not have critical care rotations and I am hoping to get into UCLAs residency in either ER or ICU. any info is appreciated as I haven’t been able to get a hold of the program via phone or email. Thanks!! 

Hi! So long as you meet the minimum requirements for the baccalaureate degree & RN, you are good! A couple of people in my accelerated BSN program got accepted into the program this past summer so just ensure that you have a GOOD letter of intent, have your BLS/ACLS, references, and of course your BSN degree (preferred). All I seem to notice is that they have a higher preference over BSN RN candidates who apply EARLY enough + internal candidates, but you don't need your RN license (Yet) to apply. 

Have not heard so much about the unit specifically being a priority. Once you get to advanced med-surg and preceptorship rotations at the end of nursing school, you'll be placed in critical units anyway. Good luck! Study well!

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2 hours ago, Nurse Cristina said:

Hi! So long as you meet the minimum requirements for the baccalaureate degree & RN, you are good! A couple of people in my accelerated BSN program got accepted into the program this past summer so just ensure that you have a GOOD letter of intent, have your BLS/ACLS, references, and of course your BSN degree (preferred). All I seem to notice is that they have a higher preference over BSN RN candidates who apply EARLY enough + internal candidates, but you don't need your RN license (Yet) to apply. 

Have not heard so much about the unit specifically being a priority. Once you get to advanced med-surg and preceptorship rotations at the end of nursing school, you'll be placed in critical units anyway. Good luck! Study well!

Thanks so much for the info! What ABSN program are you in if I may ask

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