Hi everyone.... I know this is a weird question, but I was discussing this with a few friends and none of us are sure if our conclusions are correct:
We all know that there is a shortage of nurses, and as far as I've heard, there certainly aren't as many students applying to nursing schools
as there used to be. Will this shortage mean an easier time getting accepted into programs? Almost every schools website states that meeting the minimal requirements doesn't guarantee addmission because most applicants' credentials are well above the minimums... but if there really is a shortage, just how competitive do you really have to be to get accepted?
Any input would be greatly appreciated!