Failing....? Your school's policy?
- 0Sep 13, '13 by KariCraw31Hi everyone. I recently graduated school but I had a question. There were a few members of my class who did not pass their finals with the minimum percentage needed to pass. There were 2 that were accused of cheating as well... & There were also a few who did not pass clinicals.... It's obvious that these students were pushed through for whatever reason (went in and got points back, begged, cried, offered $$ IDK).
So my question is what happens at YOUR school
If/when that happens? Is it "sorry, you're done, you have to sit out a term" or are there "extenuating circumstances"? I know a girl that pulled the "single mom" card (BS, lady, 3/4 of us are!! You're just a hot mess who can't prioritize) and that worked for her.
Just doesn't seem fair.
Sorry, just had to vent. :-/
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- 0Sep 13, '13 by green34We need a 77% to pass a class with a test average of 77% if there are projects involved in the class. Meaning if you have a test average of 75% but you have an 80% in the class, you fail. Failing clinical is the same as failing the class.
One nursing applications class requires a minimum of 80 percentile in order to retake the test and a minimum of 97 percentile to be allowed to test. The class is the one with the preceptorship.
If you fail once, you have to take a success seminar and meet with the instructors and then apply for a spot in classes/clinicals after the other students have registered who did not fail. Same thing if you withdrawal for any reason. If you fail a 2nd time, then you are kicked out of the program.
- 0Sep 13, '13 by melizerdWe require an 80% to pass (it's a C though not a B). If you fail a class you repeat it the next semester. If you fail two classes in the same semester you sit out a semester and can repeat, you can NOT fail anything else again. If you failed a third class at any point you're done and out permanently.
- 0Sep 13, '13 by Caribbean CharacterWe have to maintain a 75% average (2.0 GPA) to pass the semester. Clinicals are pass/fail and we have three BIG Dimensional Analysis tests, one the second freshman semester we have to make a 90% or higher or we are out of the program, two our senior year that we have to pass with a 100% (beginning of the year or you are not allowed to begin clinicals, end of the year or you don't graduate).
If you fail, you can always apply for readmission, but there is an average of 3-4 applicants for every freshman seat in our program.
- 0Sep 13, '13 by MichiganRN13Each class you have to achieve an 84% in order to move on. Clinicals are pass/fail. You can repeat once and then your out the next time. Drug calculation quiz before terms 3,4,5 that you have to pass with 100% or you can't pass meds in clinicals. You can still attend clinical that week but if its your turn to pass meds then you get a zero that day. You can retake the quiz though so you have the chance to pass meds the following week.
- 0Sep 13, '13 by nlynrobWe have to get a 77 (76.6) to pass classes. Clinical are pass/fail and if you fail clinical you get a 0.0 for the class. You can fail a class one time; you do a semester of remediation and then retake it. If you fail a second class you're kicked out of the program and ineligible to reapply ever again. We also must pass a med-calculation exam the beginning of semesters 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 with a 90% in order to attend clinical. If you fail and can't attend clinical and its impossible to pass your classes so they kick you out of the program.
- 0Sep 13, '13 by Butterfly6890Passing grade is 73%. A"B" is an 83%. One dosage calculations test EVERY minimester (every time you start a new class). Need at least a 90% on a 10 question dosage calc test. Pass? Good. Fail? Retake in one week. Fail again? Withdraw from clinicals and take a nursing success crap class which financial aid DOES NOT cover. Reapply. Maybe get readmitted. If in generic program and you fail, I believe 6 credits then you have to go to LPN school and once you get your license you can reapply. If you fail 8 then you're permanently dismissed from the program.
- 3Sep 13, '13 by HouTx GuideSchools that grant exceptions to their rules - for whiners, fit-throwers, or whoever - are opening the door to charges of discrimination. Subsequent students who do not receive the same consideration can easily sue for discrimination and it would be very difficult for the school to successfully refute the charge. Just sayin' . . .