I am applying to Armstrong (in Savannah) and if I don't get in, which we should find out this week, will be applying to North Georgia due to a possible move to Dahlonega. I know at Armstrong, for the BSN program, they do have a point system: In Eng (1&2), Math/ Alg, Bio/ Chem (1&2), Stats, Dev Psych, Psych, A&P (1&2), and Micro they score you A= 1, B= .5 C= .25, then you add your overall GPA to that total, then add 1 point for having a Bachelors degree, and also add a point if you are an Armstrong student (the avg score for acceptance is a little higher for the Fall program I've heard). Armstrong is the only program, that I have found, that will tell you that your degree gives you a little bit of an advantage. I have a BHS degree and called NGCSU and was told that everyone is on a pretty level playing field. I have a 79.8, which is an advanced score, on my TEAS and the woman from NGCSU nursing department told me that I may want to retake my TEAS. I thought this was a little odd because I know plenty of people who have been accepted to other BSN programs who have proficient scores on their TEAS. I just was a little surprised by that. If you don't get into NGCSU, I would suggest taking your A&P2 and Micro, making A's, and possibly apply at Armstrong. They will add a point for your degree and they have two classes a year so you don't have to wait an entire year to apply for the program, like at NGCSU. Plus, you could earn your BSN. I had no idea that NGCSU was so competitive, especially with so many slots. Armstrong only has 80 slots per class. Good luck to all of you!!!