No excuses, in High School, I did poor. I've lived life backwards. Started a family, then got married, then owned a house etc. Now that my daughter is old enough to attend school, I want to go back. I have a 4.0 with my current school- I only took two classes so far, before I learned about Chamberlain. One is a fundamental class (so the credit doesn't count at all, from what I understand). My question is:
I graduated High School with less than the required GPA one of the employees told me to apply anyway, since it had been over 5 years since I graduated High School. The problem is, my college credits accumulated, aren't enough, either (but they're 4.0). Should I even bother applying? If I go to a different college, they're going to make me take my core classes, and Chamberlain doesn't count them toward your GPA anyway... so I'm kind of in a catch-22.
I'm sure that I will do well on the HESI, so that is not my concern... I'm just not sure that I should spend the 100$ to apply, when I'm scared I will be turned away.
Has anyone faced a problem similar to this, and was accepted?