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Baumer has 2 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Labor and Postpartum.

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sushifordaze has 3 years experience.

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12 minutes ago, Melbir said:

This was me last year....I think if you apply more than once it helps. Hang in there. What track did you apply for?

Thank you...

I applied for FNP.

What process did you take to better your application this year?

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Kat I. has 6 years experience and specializes in Critical Care.

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I ALSO GOT IN YOU GUYS!! Woke up in vegas to this fantastic news!! Congrats everyone!! See ya'll in the fall!!

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Do you want to email me? birds5017@gmail.com

I applied for the Acute track, and I was in care management, so I went back to the floor. I also have been volunteering in my community a lot. I know you can't go to the information sessions, but they post them online, so you should listen to them. They tell you exactly what they want in the essays. I think if they see your application again, with growth in leadership, you have a better shot. Join unit practice councils, work on projects that you can add to your resume, do things that a nurse leader would do. What references did you use? Did they meet the requirements?

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sushifordaze has 3 years experience.

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11 minutes ago, Kat I. said:

I ALSO GOT IN YOU GUYS!! Woke up in vegas to this fantastic news!! Congrats everyone!! See ya'll in the fall!!

Congratulations! What a way to party tonight!

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sushifordaze has 3 years experience.

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13 minutes ago, Melbir said:

Do you want to email me? birds5017@gmail.com

I applied for the Acute track, and I was in care management, so I went back to the floor. I also have been volunteering in my community a lot. I know you can't go to the information sessions, but they post them online, so you should listen to them. They tell you exactly what they want in the essays. I think if they see your application again, with growth in leadership, you have a better shot. Join unit practice councils, work on projects that you can add to your resume, do things that a nurse leader would do. What references did you use? Did they meet the requirements?

Thank you! I’ll go ahead and email you.

Not sure if I lack the experience, as I was not in acute care initially.

To anyone that wants to email me any advice or your words of encouragement (kidding, LOL. but honestly...), my email is ambellerie@gmail.com.

Happy for you all! Maybe I will get there next time! Congratulations!

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ahleese has 4 years experience.

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Didn't get in but #1 on the waitlist for PNP-AC. Those who have been waitlisted before or have gone to information sessions...what are your thoughts on my chances of getting in? Congratulations to all that have gotten in!

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3 minutes ago, ahleese said:

Didn't get in but #1 on the waitlist for PNP-AC. Those who have been waitlisted before or have gone to information sessions...what are your thoughts on my chances of getting in? Congratulations to all that have gotten in!

I think you have a very good shot. I was #8 on the wait list last year for acute track and ended up as #4. #1 means only 1 person has to decide not to go! I will keep my fingers crossed for you!

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ahleese has 4 years experience.

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This might be a dumb question but do you think the waitlist is for the entire DNP program or is it per track specialty?

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Erika Patterson has 7 years experience and specializes in Telemetry/Neuro/Stepdown.

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12 minutes ago, ahleese said:

This might be a dumb question but do you think the waitlist is for the entire DNP program or is it per track specialty?

I would assume per specialty as each track has a different number of spots.

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curiousrei has 3 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in psychiatric nursing.

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Accepted into PMHNP 🙂 congrats everyone!

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rufus has 11 years experience.

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Accepted into DNP-FNP! So happy. 😁
Congrats everyone!

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Erika Patterson has 7 years experience and specializes in Telemetry/Neuro/Stepdown.

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9 hours ago, Kat I. said:

I ALSO GOT IN YOU GUYS!! Woke up in vegas to this fantastic news!! Congrats everyone!! See ya'll in the fall!!

What track Kat?

13 hours ago, fitnursemom said:

I got accepted to both the FNP and AGNP-PC tracks! What a pleasant surprise notification on my Apple Watch during a busy shift at work. 😄 Congratulations to everyone accepted! 🎉

WOW! that's amazing! Which track are you leaning toward?!

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