Okay let me start off with some background. I applied to KU SON last year (I was kind of dumb and only applied to KU, therefore putting all of my eggs in one basket) for Fall 2016 and was put on the waitlist at #30. I have two associate degrees and a cumulative GPA of roughly 3.7. I also have a 30 composite, 29 science on my ACT score as well as my CNA license. This application cycle I have applied to KU (again), Washburn, Baker, Saint Luke's, JCCC and will be applying to KCKCC as well as Neosho County.
I guess I just am looking for people like myself who maybe didn't get accepted the first time around or have a GPA similar to mine. I know by reading a lot of the posts on here there are quite a few people who go into nursing school
with a 4.0, but there has to be people out there who have gotten in with GPA's lower than that right? It's just frustrating because I don't feel that a 3.7 is a low GPA and I honestly want nothing more than to become a nurse, something I have wanted to do since I was a little girl. I'd also like to hear from other people who are applying to nursing school for next fall so I know I'm not alone in worrying about whether I'll get in or not.
Thanks in advance for any advice, encouragement or support you can provide!