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I'm starting to get so nervous! I'm so glad I was chosen to be an alternate but it's so scary to not know anything 😕 We're about into June now, which means we only have about 2 months left to be accepted 😧 Does anyone know if we'll be notified once they've finished accepting alternates in for this cohort?

Hi Everyone! Congrats to those who have been admitted, and fingers crossed to those waiting to hear back still about being moved off the waitlist! As a quick aside, I was wondering if anyone will be moving to the area and is in need of a roommate. I am casually starting to look for housing now.

Waitlist movement..... anyone heard any news?

Jesshinojosa

Specializes in Emergency room technician.

Hi guys! I got a call of my acceptance on Monday!! I am now in the process of getting my medical clearance done :) hoping for the best for any other waitlisters waiting!! Be patient and keep praying ❤️

Congrats everyone on your acceptances!

Still nothing for me 🥺

I would really appreciated if a current student provide some detail of what to expect in the first year? where do we need to focus the most to ensure we pass the classes successfully and what kind of resources are provided if some help needed on a specific class?

Much appreciated and good luck to all who have been accepted and are on waitlist.

Jack

On 6/19/2021 at 12:00 PM, Jack Robins said:

I would really appreciated if a current student provide some detail of what to expect in the first year? where do we need to focus the most to ensure we pass the classes successfully and what kind of resources are provided if some help needed on a specific class?

Much appreciated and good luck to all who have been accepted and are on waitlist.

Jack

comments appreciate by any current students..

maddyaddy, CNA

Specializes in Nursing Student.

On 6/19/2021 at 12:00 PM, Jack Robins said:

I would really appreciated if a current student provide some detail of what to expect in the first year? where do we need to focus the most to ensure we pass the classes successfully and what kind of resources are provided if some help needed on a specific class?

Much appreciated and good luck to all who have been accepted and are on waitlist.

Jack

Hey Jack!

My name is Maddy, and I’m a current student in this program. The first semester in my opinion was the most difficult in terms of workload and adjusting to the school/expectations, so keep that in mind if you initially feel overwhelmed. My advice would be to review day by day instead of cramming before quizzes/exams bc the material is dense and builds upon itself, so cramming isn’t a great way to study for nursing school. Definitely take advantage of your time in labs and schedule office hours with professors if you are confused on any subject areas. Also creating collaborative class-wide study guides (on Teams or Google Docs) and reviewing practice questions (you can find many on quizlet or make your own) can be super helpful. Just know that if you fall behind in a class our professors are very approachable and really want us all to succeed, so don’t hesitate to reach out to them! Hope this helps a bit, let me know if you have any other questions.

-Maddy

Edited by maddyaddy

On 6/21/2021 at 5:16 PM, maddyaddy said:

Hey Jack!

My name is Maddy, and I’m a current student in this program. The first semester in my opinion was the most difficult in terms of workload and adjusting to the school/expectations, so keep that in mind if you initially feel overwhelmed. My advice would be to review day by day instead of cramming before quizzes/exams bc the material is dense and builds upon itself, so cramming isn’t a great way to study for nursing school. Definitely take advantage of your time in labs and schedule office hours with professors if you are confused on any subject areas. Also creating collaborative class-wide study guides (on Teams or Google Docs) and reviewing practice questions (you can find many on quizlet or make your own) can be super helpful. Just know that if you fall behind in a class our professors are very approachable and really want us all to succeed, so don’t hesitate to reach out to them! Hope this helps a bit, let me know if you have any other questions.

-Maddy

Thank you Maddy - this was really helpful.

Good luck finishing up the first year.. 🙂

anyone has heard any good news on waitlist movement?

17 hours ago, Jack Robins said:

anyone has heard any good news on waitlist movement?

Actually heard not so good news ☹️ I e-mailed Alberto, he let me know that the class was now full. It will most likely be the cohort for the fall. Emergencies happen so a few people may still drop but 😔