I am having such a hard time studying for my microbiology quiz on Tuesday. All I can think about is the fact that in less than 4 weeks I will be completely done with this semester, and preparing to schedule my TEAS-V entrance exam for nursing school. All I can think about is what I still need to do to make sure I’m prepared and ready to apply, to make sure I’m going to have the best shot at being accepted. And then my thoughts get ahead of me and I start thinking about everything I’ll have to do once I am accepted, and thinking that I should start trying to get that out of the way now so I have less to worry about then. Because when I’m accepted it’ll be November, with the start of nursing school two months away, and I just want to make sure that I’m not scrambling to get everything in order.

Acceptance to TWU’s nursing school is contingent on 3 things: GPA, Entrance Exam Scores, and “First-Attempt” grades for A&P I, A&P II, Microbiology, and Statistics. At the end of this semester, providing nothing seriously interrupts this good mojo I have going on with schoolwork and grades right now, I will have a 4.0 GPA and all four of my first attempt grades will be A’s. That means that I will have absolutely no fault in 2 out of the 3 categories that they look at when trying to decide whom to accept or deny. All I have to be concerned with then is studying hard for my TEAS-V and ace-ing it! And when that’s accomplished, how can they deny this girl?

 I’ll just feel so grateful once this semester is over and my grades are sealed. I’ll feel especially more satisfied once I’ve taken my TEAS-V and applied, and can get on with my life without continuously thinking about what I have to do beforehand! 


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