GPC FALL 2012 - page 5
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- 0Mar 13, '12 by adria10Tygas,
I am not entirely certain, but based on what I know and heard, it is basically based on what GPA you have they give you points, then depends on your TEAS score they give you more points, etc. Lets say for example for a perfect 4.0 GPA they give you 10 points, but if your GPA is lower they substract points, then lets say for a TEAS score of 100% they give you 10 points also, but if your score is lower they substract again points base on what your actual TEAS score is...so on and so forth...they give and take based on their requirements (science GPA, withdrawals, TEAS repeated, etc)...then they would make the decision based on that point system. I believe it is more fair and more chances for students to get in even though they have repeated a course. Without a system in place, I believe they just put aside all the students that repeated classes or TEAS, even though their GPA is much higher than the ones that got accepted in the program with no repeated classes or withdrawals.
- 1Mar 13, '12 by TygasPoohbearThat does sound better than what they are doing now. I don't understand why schools make it so hard for those of us that work really hard to get into these healthcare programs. I don't think they should have so many stipulatations with a so-called nursing shortage. It's really sad.
- 0Mar 15, '12 by AAuldI have a 3.5 GPA and I scored a 72 on my TEAS test. I'm hoping the fact that I made an A in both Chemistry and A&P will help my chances, as well as the fact that my highest scores on my TEAS test were in Reading Comprehension (93%) and Math (88%).
I wish everyone good luck! I know it's kind of intense waiting to hear a definite answer on who made it in the program!
- 0Mar 16, '12 by blkmaleangelofmercyHello Everyone,
I am also a GPC Fall 2012 applicant. I'm hoping to make the cut but like some of you I'm not totally sure if my: 3.63 overall GPA, my 3.25 Biology GPA (no repeats or withdrawals), my last minute first and only attempt at the TEAS (71% adjusted overall score) and currently being enrolled in the last of Gen. Ed prerequisite, are enough to get into what seems to the super rarefied realm of GPC nursing school. And even though I am technically "competing" agaisnt you all, I wish Good luck to everyone and no matter what happens in this tortuous, hurdle jumping process, (admission or accepatance) never lose your desire to give comfort and care to the sick, which should be a factor if not at the center of your choice to pursue nursing. If we keep this in mind then the let down of rejection may be a little less severe because it is our destinies someway, somehow to be angels of mercy.