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Anyone hear from UCF, FAU or UF ABSN 2009 - page 3

Hello I just registered but have been using this site for the past year while I finish my prereqs for an accelerated BSN. I have found it to be very useful. Just wanted to see if anyone heard from... Read More

  1. Visit  lmaria3 profile page
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    I just took the HESI exam. My final scores were: Grammar: 88%; Reading: 93%; Vocabulary: 76%; Math: 98%; and the total score was 88.9%. I know that FAU requires at least 80% in each section. I just want to know if I still might be considered for the one year accelerated program. I have strong compensating factors. My GPA for my undergraduate is 3.88. I finished a MBA in FAU a year ago, with a total GPA of 3.694. As per the prerequisites my GPA is 3.75. I Just want to know if this is still worth it to apply, or if you think I should consider other alternatives based on previous statistics of the people FAU haS admitted in the past. My first option has always been FAU since I am a previous graduate student, and I love the school. Unfortunately, this seems that I am not meeting the criteria to be considered for admission since my vocabulary section was under 80%. I would like to know if I still might have chances based on my background, or if you think they will disregard my application. Can anyone that has been admitted to FAU share their hesi's and GPA'S scores? Thanks!
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    I applied to both schools as well. My GPA is 3.88 and myaverage score for the HESI is 88%. Can you share your statitics just to see if I have options to get addmited to any of these schools. Thanks!