You have all the basics covered.
You have to complete a minimum of 11 of 17 pre-reqs at ASU.
When applying to the program slots are competitive. You can now get a total of 8.00 pts for ranking. 6 possible points come from GPA and 2 from the TEAS.
You take 17 of 17 pre-req's at ASU and have a 4.0 GPA. They then multiply your GPA by 1.5
which gives you 6 points.
If you have 12-16 pre-req's at ASU, they multiply by 1.4 multiplier
If you have 11 pre-req's at ASU, they multiply by 1.3 multiplier
If an ASU student with a 3.8 applies with 17/17 at ASU, he gets 5.7 points out of a possible 6.
In my case I can take 11 pre-req's at ASU. I have a 4.0 GPA. I would get 5.2 points out of a possible 6.
So basically, to be competitive in the application you have to take almost all of your pre-req's at ASU. Some ASU applicants from Spring '11 and Summer '11 were saying that the nursing program
may push these changes back past Fall '11.
I am applying to NAU and U of A as a result of these changes.
p.s. - the nursing info .pdf mentions explicitly that the intent for CC students is to bridge with the RN-BSN program to ASU. Seeing as Maricopa County has a 2+ year waiting list for ADN programs... yeaaaaaah