UT-Memphis 2019

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by CCRNRCIS CCRNRCIS, BSN, RN Member

Specializes in CVICU.

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Nursing901

Nursing901

2 Posts

Has anyone received instructions for paying the enrollment deposit? I got an email about my online account login but nothing about the deposit.

MICUNURSE901

MICUNURSE901, BSN, RN

Specializes in SNRA. Has 6 years experience. 17 Posts

Yes- it'll show you how to pay your $75 fee then at the bottom of the page on the link from email it'll give you instructions on how to pay the deposit on my banner/fees!

ddwoods

ddwoods

4 Posts

Is anyone having trouble logging into Qualified First? The code isn't working for me.

MICUNURSE901

MICUNURSE901, BSN, RN

Specializes in SNRA. Has 6 years experience. 17 Posts

yes i did a few weeks ago when i tried! i assumed it was an old code and they would be getting us a new one closer to time??

ddwoods

ddwoods

4 Posts

Glad it's not just me ha. That's one of the university level requirements that has to be done by December 3rd, so I guess I'll email someone Monday.

MVU92

MVU92, BSN

Specializes in MS/OB/CVICU. Has 8 years experience. 27 Posts

@MICUNURSE901 and @CoreyLJ3 do you guys mind sharing your stats since you got in? I'm considering applying next year but dont know if my application would be considered competitive. Thank you!

CoreyLJ3

CoreyLJ3

2 Posts

On 2/6/2019 at 9:06 PM, MVU92 said:

@MICUNURSE901 and @CoreyLJ3 do you guys mind sharing your stats since you got in? I'm considering applying next year but dont know if my application would be considered competitive. Thank you!

@MVU92 sure! I had a 3.74 GPA (cumulative combined from ADN and BSN degrees) and had my CCRN but only a little over 1 year in SICU. I made average on the GRE. I was Co-Chair of our unit's shared governance committee and was involved and I think that can make a difference. The big thing is getting the interview and showing them that it is absolutely what you want when you get to that point! Even if you think you may not be too competitive, if you've met their minimum requirements, give it a shot and apply! Hope this helps!

MICUNURSE901

MICUNURSE901, BSN, RN

Specializes in SNRA. Has 6 years experience. 17 Posts

On 2/6/2019 at 9:06 PM, MVU92 said:

@MICUNURSE901 and @CoreyLJ3 do you guys mind sharing your stats since you got in? I'm considering applying next year but dont know if my application would be considered competitive. Thank you!

Sorry I’m just now seeing this! I 100% agree with Corey, it doesn’t hurt to give it a shot!! I had a 3.5 GPA, average GRE score as well, CCRN, PALS, etc. At the time of application i had a 1.5 years experience in Medical/Surgical ICU as well as working PACU PRN. Just like Corey said, use your interview to show them you’re serious and ready for the commitment of school!

Roland57

Roland57, BSN, RN

Specializes in Level I Trauma STICU. Has 5 years experience. 35 Posts

How was the interview!?!

MICUNURSE901

MICUNURSE901, BSN, RN

Specializes in SNRA. Has 6 years experience. 17 Posts

42 minutes ago, roland57 said:

How was the interview!?!

It was great, they want to get to know you. Be personable and knowledgable! Be prepared to answer normal questions about your self as well as your experience. Congrats on getting an interview, use it to sell yourself to the program. The staff is awesome, so that should take away some stress! Show them you want it. Be prepared to explain how you have prepared for the financial, emotional, and mental stress of going through school! You'll do great!

Edited by MICUNURSE901

rnstudent95

rnstudent95

Has 1 years experience. 30 Posts

@MICUNURSE901 can you tell me a little bit more about the interview and what sort of questions to expect? Thanks