Quote from CTRNTOBE
Actually, it is not against any rules of any school to not include transcripts. Most schools would be more than happy to charge you again for all of the needed classes.
Maybe in Hawaii a low GPA will fly but in Connecticut schools the nursing program is very competitive.
At my school there are 80 slots and between 600 and 1000 applicants every year.
Good luck and as always, follow the advice of your counselor not the people on these forums.
Well cupcake, because I'm lazy and don't care to look up a bunch of schools I picked the University of Connecticut.
4. I don't want credit for courses I completed at a university I attended before applying to UConn. Must I submit the transcript?
Complete official transcripts of all work taken at other institutions must be submitted as part of the application process whether or not credit for such work is desired or expected. Students who fail to acknowledge attendance at any college or university in which they have been enrolled automatically waive the right to have that work considered for transfer credit. They may also be subject to denial of admission, loss of course credit, and/or suspension from the University.
Pay attention to that last line. Like i said, it HAPPENED TO MY FRIEND. I messed up in school and thought about doing the same thing you suggested. Until every school I looked into going to ALWAYS mentioned that.
If you could read, you would see that I said that my school, University of Hawaii, is very similar to yours. The lowest GPA to get in is a 3.6, the avg being higher. Which is why I had to move.
And cheers to the last comment. In regards to .. you.