I would like to know how they calculate your pre-nursing GPA? If you repeated classes, do colleges include that into your GPA for the prerequisite classes? My accumulative GPA for college right now is a 3.13 because I repeated a few classes. I took General Psychology 3 times and got an F the first two times because I was pregnant and could not keep up with the class, I got a 4.0 the third time around. And Developmental Psychology 2 times, 0.0 for the first time while pregnant and a 4.0 the second time. The past two quarters I've gotten a 3.8 grade average and I'm currently getting all above 3.5's in all the sciences. Right now I'm taking Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 and then I'm going to take A&P 2 and Micro in the next 2 quarters and I know I can get above a 3.5. What are my chances? Oh I also have a CNA certificate! Are private schools
easier to get into than the state ones because there more expensive?
I want to attend a program in either the Livermore area or San Diego, any and all programs and how hard are they to get into, any 411 would be so awesome. I am residing in Washington State and already made this post in that region as well. I want to look into more options so I can be near my son who is in Cali and he is a year old. I will travel up to 1 hour and 45 minutes, 2 hours tops if it is worth it, and trust me, I'm 22, yes it seems I'm young but the longer I wait and the longer I don't get into a program the longer I have to stay from my son because I know there are people who can study and still raise a family but I just cannot do it and I miss him terribly. Some people say it's selfish but I know and those who took sociology and psychology know that a child needs a lot of love and attention and with studying all the time I would not be able to do so. This is a long story cut short, details are missing but please just information on schools would be awesome please! Oh and if there are not NLN accredited can I take my RN out of Cali state because my fiance is in the Navy and I will be moving with him after I get in and complete a nursing program.