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UTA Second Degree Fast Track Program

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My clinicals are at Parkland. There are many hospitals and there is no way to be sure which you will be assigned unless you work at a partnering hospital. Otherwise, they ask you to rank your top three choices. And also, you don't get to choose your days. Each instructor will have different days.

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My clinicals are at Parkland. There are many hospitals and there is no way to be sure which you will be assigned unless you work at a partnering hospital. Otherwise, they ask you to rank your top three choices. And also, you don't get to choose your days. Each instructor will have different days.

But they will be hospitals in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area right?

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Would you recommend the program to others? Are you attending with a friend? Or by yourself?

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Did anyone who's previously gotten into the UTA AP Online BSN Program partnered hospital as Texas Health Resources? If so, what was your GPA prior to being accepted into the program? Any helpful information will be greatly appreciated!

Kat

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Hi everyone!

I just recently applied to the AP BSN program at UTA (for the September 2011 start date) and I'm trying to figure out who has been accepted to this program and when you found out you were accepted. I'm very anxious and I'm just wondering when I should expect to hear whether I've been accepted or not!

Thanks for your help!

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I started this thread when I was just starting pre-reqs. And now wanted to pop in and let everyone know that all of the heartache, all of the tears, the maddening and infuriating moments of your nursing school career are all worth it. In August, I graduated from the UTA AP BSN fast track program and took NCLEX in September. 75 questions less than an hour. Passed! As of last week, I am an RN! I started orientation at my hospital on Monday and finished the last day on Friday. I am in a med/surg fellowship and will be working on a Gen Surg floor. I am a NURSE! Good luck to everyone.

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I started this thread when I was just starting pre-reqs. And now wanted to pop in and let everyone know that all of the heartache, all of the tears, the maddening and infuriating moments of your nursing school career are all worth it. In August, I graduated from the UTA AP BSN fast track program and took NCLEX in September. 75 questions less than an hour. Passed! As of last week, I am an RN! I started orientation at my hospital on Monday and finished the last day on Friday. I am in a med/surg fellowship and will be working on a Gen Surg floor. I am a NURSE! Good luck to everyone.

Congratulations!!!!!!!!

Thanks for posting -- I am a personal crossroad and I am trying to figure out if I can keep going. This is my third degree (BA, JD, now prereqs for this BSN).

I was soooo tired with my personal problems and school work. This is my week off before I start A&P II with UTA online. I am debating whether or not to take into to Professional Nursing & Tech Writing too at the same time.

Maybe it will be too much?

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I love crossroads! It means you have options and that's what we all want! Thanks for the congrats. It's hard being a new nurse but it's fun and so much to learn still. Intro from what I remember was super easy and tech writing I took at DCCCD, and was mostly writing a lot of papers; not too difficult. Goodluck!

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Thanks Shasta12

I kept on going last semester and completed A&P II (B) and Tech writing (A).

My personal problems are still getting me down. I was intending to start into to pro nursing on the 16th, but I decided to put it off. I am thinking of completing the courses that can be used at ANY nursing program I apply to. (Thinking also UTMB, UT Houston or now looking at direct entry NP). Didn't know there were direct entry NP programs and I want to be a NP at the end of all this.

I have just decided to go at whatever pace I feel comfortable and everything WILL work out!

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