As long as you got over a 450 in the verbal, don't sweat it. I heard that the programs do not really look at the other scores. As far as your grades. My story is exactly like yours! I had an overall GPA of 2.8 prior to the BSN program. I graduated from the BSN program with a 3.58 GPA. When you go for your interview, you really need to make it known that you are dying to get into the program. You need to let them know how you will be financially prepared for the program. Try to get a job in an ICU at Hahnemann. Otherwise, find an ICU somewhere else. That experience is a must. You need to understand Swan-Ganz catheters and hemodynamics. Become familiar with ventilators. Understand all the terminology: tidal volume, minute volume, vital capacity, assist controlled, intermittent manditory ventilation, positive end expiratory pressure, continuous positive airway pressure, and when they are indicated. Don't be afraid to ask questions, but don't ask those who think they know everything, but really don't. They'll give you wrong answers. Also, follow a CRNA for the day. If you don't know anyone, then find out how to get in tough with one. They would be glad to help you. It will also look good for your interview. They want you to be sure about what you're getting into. Any other questions......shoot! P.S. Sorry it took me so long to reply, but I'm concentrating on those As in my classes. Leslie.